Zadar offers a wide range of dining choices, from hole-in-the-wall konobas (“taverns”) to gourmet restaurants featuring inventive menus with blowout prices.
Dalmatia Dish Decoder
Brujet/brudet/brodetto: Casserole made with a variety of fish pieces, onions, tomatoes, olive oil, and tomatoes.
Crni Rižot: Black risotto made with cuttlefish ink.
Dalmatian pršut: Dalmatian smoked ham. The ham is salted, smoked, and left to dry in the open air.
Janjetina s ražnja: Lamb barbecued on a spit over an open-wood fire.
Pašta-fažol na brujet: Bean stew with pasta, a local specialty on the island of Vis.
Pašticada: Sauce made from beef that has been marinated in vinegar and red wine, then cooked with vegetables. Usually served with gnocchi.
Rožata: Dalmatian crème caramel.
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