Re di mare
Time Out says
Re di mare once was a place where boat owners at the Spinut sport marina could have a quick lunch. Since a change of ownership, it has become one of the leading places in Split for seafood, mostly undiscovered by tourists due to its off-the-beaten-path location. This marina is not one in regular use by foreign sailors, but a place where locals keep their boats for tours around nearby islands. The restaurant terrace gives a beautiful view across the marina and the bay of Kaštela, all very different from the summer hubbub around the Diocletian’s Palace. The main new element brought in by the new ownership is the selection of fish. They also own a chain of fish stores called Ribarnica Brač, who supply many local restaurants. And now it also supplies this one, presumably with some of the better varieties. Yet the food in Re di mare is rather simple, always reliable, and the grill chef is a master of his craft. The fish platter for two, with vegetables on the side, would be a wise choice here, the daily catch sure to be fresh. Prices are reasonable, in fact lower than in some of more promoted downtown restaurants of the same category.
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