Restaurant

Diocletian’s wine House


Diocletian’s wine house is located in the ground floor of our hotel. It is a restaurant in the centre of Split, locally known as a must visit place. Great interior decoration, in the front terrace and Roman terrace, is just one of the reasons why you should enjoy traditional Dalmatian food here. Our Chefs are a great team of men and women, making little miracles with fresh and seasonal groceries every day.

And the best thing is to sit after the whole day exploring the city, have a glass of wine and take a breath of true history, enjoying the present and thinking about future.

Join us enjoying life! A restaurant with a soul and friendly atmosphere, with a great team of women & men, making little miracles with fresh and seasonal groceries every day. Try some of the best Croatia has to offer and enjoy
Croatian wines-more than 101 of them! The best thing is to sit after the whole day exploring the city, have a glass of wine and
take a breath of true history, enjoying the present and thinking about future. The restaurant is suitable also for events, parties, weddings, team building,…

Menu in progress..stay tuned!

 

Dalmatian Peka


A perfect balance of all the best Dalmatia has to offer on just one plate – PEKA.

It is a combination of meat, vegetables, dalmatian herbs and a little bit of love baked on cinder, under the iron pot, covered with ash which gives remarkable scent to this meal. It is a unique tradition you can only experience here, in Dalmatia.

Everyone who tastes it returns to us for sure! 🙂

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Split Culinary


Culinary tour is a true foodie experience. We start at the Golden gate by telling some local stories, what do we eat on some special dates, what we cook for our loved ones…

First stop: City fish market, where you can touch, smell and enjoy fresh Adriatic fish. Buying some groceries there and heading toward Greenmarket to buy some homemade vegies & try some of the local fruit.

After that, we take all we have bought to the Chef at the restaurant and set up a time for having the best lunch ever, inside the Palace, treated like emperors should be.

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