Croatian Eats: Konoba Trattoria Bajamont
There’s no better way to feel like you’re in old world Europe than to dine in the narrow alleyway of the Diocletian Palace in the restaurant Konoba Trattoria Bajamont [Bajamontijeva 3, Split, Croatia].
Perfectly dense and fluffy sourdough bread was served and I couldn’t help but eat it all.
Our waiter helped me pick a perfect fish. There was just one main bone in the center which was very easy to extract making eating a simple task. The fish was so fresh and delicious, as was the buttery finger licking chard potato mixture.
My friend got a classically beautiful gnocchi in red sauce cooked with skill and chock full of fresh veggies.
If you are looking for a traditional style restaurant in Split with excellent food within the winding palace walls, pull up a seat in the alley at Konoba Trattoria Bajamont.
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