We had the best pizzas here from a whole week sailing around the Croatian islands. Staff are young and friendly and wine & crepes ok too!
We think the address is VL Lekaj Lek but from the sea gate head to the middle of the island then left. It's in a quiet courtyard and quite small.
Trogir is teeming with bars and restaurants, densely packed along the Riva and in the narrow cobbled streets behind. Many of them are open all year round, including all those listed below.
Top of our list of Pizzerias is Mirkec, half way along the Riva (Boardwalk), and with exceptionally friendly and efficient staff.
Our favourite restaurant is Skrapa, serving good quality plain Dalmatian food in a rustic environment at reasonable prices. You’re assured of a warm welcome from the owners, who specialise in mildly eccentric (ie phallic) table decorations.
There’s a boat restaurant, near the marina, on the Čiovo side of the bridge which is not as expensive as it might sound and if you want a posh meal, at the higher end of the price range, try Fontana or Alka in the old town, a short walk from the Riva.
021 883 042
021 885 313
Boat Restaurant Čelica
021 822 344
021 885 744
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