Gorgeous sea vistas complement a well-executed repertoire of Adriatic seafood at this addition to Primo∫ten’s terrace dining scene. Below the church, it’s less crowded than its hilltop neighbours, and better for a sunset meal. Forget the tiny, non-descript interior and grab a white wooden bench outside, by a small pool. The monkfish fillet is nicely prepared and there’s brodet as well as squid and shellfish dressed in olive oil. Recommended.
|Venue name:||Restoran Panorama|
|Opening hours:||Summer 6pm-midnight daily|