Split Restaurants for solo travelers and those with average budget

Bota Sare
Next to Petar Preradović’s Walkway is the restaurant of Bota Sare. For many years, they cultivate traditional Dalmatian cuisine, and fresh fish are what they are recognizable. The restaurant is proud of seafood specialties such as shrimp, rice, crustaceans, shellfish. On the vineyard map are the wines of Frano Miloš, Ive Špaleta, Korte Katarina and Matuško.
Working hours: Sunday – Saturday 11:00 AM – 11:45 PM

Tavern Nikola Stobrec
This family tavern is one of the most popular seafood places in Split. The restaurant is coming from the Adriatic highway to a little lower than Split and the entrance to Stobrec near the local church. It is a real hit to showcase the food and get the plate in top performance. It’s a little harder to find a restaurant, but it’s worth the effort.
Working hours: 11:45 AM – 11:45 PM
Paradox Wine & Cheese Bar
It’s not only a wine bar, you can also enjoy lunch, dinner or just a casual bite. As well, they offer about 20 artisan cheeses that are primarily produced locally, while the wine list is divided into light, medium strong and strong wine. If you happen to be in Split and want a quick and delicious snack with high quality wine, you will find Paradox the perfect place.
Zinfandel Food & Wine Bar
Located in a small backstreet within the old Palace’s walls, just a minute long walk from the Riva seaside promenade.The restaurant, with a striking central bar and informal seating, is the perfect spot to enjoy our seasonal menu any time of the day or evening. The bar also does beautifully presented mixed platters, salads, and more substantial dishes such as pasta with truffles, making it the perfect. Great selection of wines by the glass.
Working hours: Sunday – Thursday  8:00 AM – 12:00 AM
                         Friday – Saturday  8:00 AM – 1:00 AM
Villa Spiza
You like authentic, fresh and unpretentious food, prepared in a simple way, this is a place to choose. Villa Spiza is a tiny, charming restaurant located in a small alley in the old town.The restaurant is cozy so the seating is limited, there are only two tables for two outside and a counter seating for 7-8 inside. Prices are reasonable.
Address: Kruzhiceva 3
Working hours:  Monday – Saturday 12:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Restaurant Dvor
Cafe bar restaurant Dvor is Located at Firule only 10 minutes walking from city centre  area with outstanding view overlooking the sea. Restaurant offers Mediterranean cuisine & traditional Dalmatian dishes: grilled steaks and unusually tasty creamy soups, various choice of blue and white fish and al dente creamy risotto. The place is not cheap, but it is a good value for money.
Address: Put Firula 14
SK Burek Bar
One of the most popular pastries is burek. It’s a pastry made of a thin flaky dough filled with cheese or meat.  If yo add to it one yogurt, it will be the best quick bite you can get. It’s one of the cheapest meals you can get for breakfast in the city.  It’s served at lots of different spots around town but I suggest SK Burek Bar.
Address: Domaldova 13
Bistro Toć
It is down a street opposite the market at the far end of the Riva, the prices are not over the top. It differs from other similar eateries in the town as beside the traditional Croatia dishes serves also international cuisine,Thai, Indian, and Mexican. Serves meat, vegan options available.
Address:  Shegvica 1

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