Monday, July 10, 2006

Croatia Online - Good News For Foodies in Split


At last there’s somewhere to go for the real English breakfast that you’ve been missing since you came to Croatia, and a lot more. Tucked away in the bustling back streets of Split, just a five minute walk from Split Riva, and a similar distance from the ferry terminal, is the newly opened Bistro Black Cat. Sit on the cool shaded terrace and enjoy Eggs Benedict, sausages and bacon, or filled croissants for breakfast, a varied and beautifully presented selection of the freshest produce available for lunch, Happy Hour between 5pm and 6pm, and evening Tapas.

The menu is inspired by Marina, the co-owner, and brings together the best of what she has learned in her extensive travels around the world, some of it meeting the high gastronomic demands of superyacht owners and guests. Fortunately she has managed to do so at an affordable price which makes Bistro Black Cat a haven for back packers and gourmets alike. The by-line is simply “Great Food”, and there’s plenty of it. Though the restaurant has an international flavour, it’s good value for money and popular with locals, visitors and ex-pats.

You’ll find Bistro Black Cat, on the corner of Petrova and Šegvićeva, by walking east to the end of Split Riva, passing the market on your left, and then over the bridge over the railway lines on to Petrova. You’ll quickly come to Šegvićeva on your right and the welcoming sign of “Bistro Black Cat”. Or phone 021 490 284 for directions if you get lost! Open 8 am to 12 pm.

1 Comments:

Blogger Wanda said...

I LOVE eating there, I love the atmosphere, the food, the staff... just about everything I expect from going out to the restaurant and having a good time there:)

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