Chartering in Croatia?
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places to eat
A charter experience with Princess Charter would not be complete if we didn’t offer you the chance to book a table at the very best restaurants. The cuisine from this part of the Mediterranean is created from locally grown produce, freshly caught fish and seafood, while you’re always guaranteed a stunning view as you dine.
Zori – Hvar
Zori is located on St Klement, close to Hvar city. It is on this mystical island that Zori has built an amazing reputation over the last 60 years, blending creative dining with a stunning backdrop. Our favourite dish is the ‘Octopus on the grill with boiled potatoes à la Mediterranean’
Stara Loza – Dubrovnik
Situated in a medieval historic palace, Stara Loza recently opened its doors in Dubrovnik. Sitting on the terrace and enjoying a delicious meal is a fabulous way to observe the life and general hustle and bustle of Dubrovnik Old Town, whilst admiring architecture from the Renaissance and Baroque periods. We would definitely go for the ‘Slow cooked shank with carrot puree, chips and rosemary sauce’
Fort George – Vis
For the full chartering experience, Fort George ticks every box. Almost on the beach, its long tables are set up under the shaded canopy of pine trees, giving you almost perfect panoramic views of the Adriatic Sea. The restaurant even has its own art gallery and sunset bar club. The ‘Roasted stuffed Bell Pepper with Truffle Sauce and Seasonal Vegetable Cream’ sounds really appealing to us.
360 – Dubrovnik
360 is one of the most acclaimed restaurants in Croatia. This one Michelin star restaurant is probably the place to go if you want to experience fine cuisine techniques applied to Croatian local dishes. Available exclusively for dinner sittings and right on Dubrovnik port, this location is perfect for admiring a unique sea view. We could never recommend 360 enough. The ‘Sweetbread with Artichoke, vegetable relish, celery puree and toasted almond’ sounds just heavenly.
Odisej – Mljet
Located on the island of Mjlet, not far from Dubrovnik, the main restaurant of Odisej hotel is a quiet getaway to enjoy a romantic dinner on the terrace, surrounded by calm seas. A great spot to look out on stunning views of Dubrovnik. The menu offers a wealth of local freshly caught fish prepared in time-honoured Mediterranean / Croatian traditions.
Pictures: Courtesy of Zori, Stara Loza, Fort George, Hedonist-magazin, Hotels.com.