Anyone who has visited Croatia will have their favourite little spot to eat seafood. For chef and food writer Luke Mackay, it is ‘in a shack on a tiny island off the Adriatic coast’…
Mackay, who writes for one of the leading papers in the UK, The Guardian, as the ‘Foodie Traveller’, has revealed in his latest column which place in Croatia is number one for seafood.
“I feel quite reluctant to share the name of the place, but here goes: it’s called Konoba Dionis, and it’s in Vlaka Bay on the island of Sveti Klement, one of the Pakleni islands off the west coast of Hvar, near Split. The fantastic seafood tastes all the better for the ranting of the irascible owner,” he writes, before raving about one particular dish on the menu.
“The best thing that I ate there was the red Adriatic squid, grilled over hot coals until it exuded a sweet, fishy Marmitey liquor that I have craved ever since,” he described.
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