Hidden in the narrow streets of Diocletian’s Palace, is located one of the best restaurants in Split, Bokeria Kitchen & Wine Bar. As an architect, the thing that caught the eye was a very nice interior. Every detail is carefully planned. The thing I liked the most was a bar with Spanish tiles as a detail while above the bar are big hams of Prosciutto as an example of local food which is typical for Dalmatia county.
The ambiance at Bokeria is superb
The core of the whole place is a big chandelier which dominates the whole space and is as big as it is through two floors. The restaurant is very chic: contemporary design with high care of the details without becoming trivial. The restaurant could easily be in NY or Milano without any adaptation.
Bokeria Kitchen & Wine Bar Menu
My girlfriend and I are faithful guests every Sunday. The most important thing is that the people are very friendly, the staff is professional and the food is excellent there. Their menu includes traditional food that is escalated and enhanced with great flavors! It’s a bit pricey, but it is worth every penny (or lipa hehe). Dishes are starting at 20$, and vines at 35$.
The dessert menu is also interesting. They bring all the dessert options in front of you instead of just a menu printed on the paper. The dessert is our favorite part of what this restaurant offers.
Excellent local wines
I highly recommend going there for local wine tasting. They offer a wide range of good local wines to try. The waiter even gave us a free taste of the suggested wine, to help us decide. We decided on local wine called Prošip. It is white wine grape, generally light bodied, around 12-13% in alcohol. The primary and most productive growing regions are on the island of Korčula with small amounts on the Pelješac Peninsula.
In the restaurant Bokeria Kitchen & Wine, every time our server was very helpful and attentive. He is always somewhere around us (and that’s the right thing to do). Like every year, Bokeria during Advent time has a special decoration. It’s getting real Christmas spirit. The thing we liked the most was the Christmas tree. It was made in an interesting way, from empty bottles of wine. We have a strong feeling that we will be back very soon.
Where to eat & drink in Split?
If you don’t know where to go, in the article “What are the best restaurants in Split, Croatia?” you will find a list of the best restaurants in Split with the most important tips. The offer of most restaurants is based on the delicious Mediterranean cuisine that creates a rich flavor and aroma. So let’s start!
- Gourmet Bar Basta Split, like in the best Italian pizzerias in Italy
- Pizzeria Bokamorra, the best pizza in the city of Split
- Terminal F, a new restaurant designed as an aerodrome in Split
- Gooshter Beach Club, an ideal place to enjoy on the beach
- Oš kolač, the best cakes in the city of Split
- Don Dino Pastry Shop, a perfect place to go for a dessert in Split
- Papa’s American Bar, perfect burgers on the beach
- ZOI Split, a typically Mediterranean restaurant with a specific location
- Sexy Cow Split, the best wrap I’ve ever had
- Cinema Bar, a vintage place with a combination of film scene and modernity
- Restaurant Perivoj, a green oasis with delicious food
- BEPA! is a restaurant that combines fish with modern fast food
- Škartoc Split, a pastry shop where you can try special chimney cake
- Borgo Knedla Bar, the best dumplings you can find in Split!
- Waffle Express Split, the best waffles in Split
Discover the most beautiful and interesting sights around Rotterdam with Split Travel Guide Experiences. Find, compare, and book sightseeing tours, attractions, excursions, things to do, and fun activities.
Find out more information about Bokeria Kitchen & Wine Bar on: