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L'avis de Gault&Millau
As this year, due to the lockdown, we couldn’t unfortunately visit the restaurant Konoba Mare, we publish the review and the score by Gault&Millau Croatia 2020.
Accessible only from the sea, situated in the sheltered bay of Katina Island amidst the wilderness of the Kornati archipelago, is the tavern Mare, well known to all the lovers of the Adriatic Sea, the sailing enthusiasts and foodies alike. You can find it when entering the Kornati National Park from the side of Zadar. The terrace in the shade of old pine trees provides excellent protection from the bright sun, and it can be enjoyed during all parts of the day. The first thing that will surprise you, given the location, are the white tablecloths and superb cutlery. The tables are arranged in a way so as to provide enough discreteness for all the diners. Choosing the food was easy. We opted for seafood specialties since local fishermen have been supplying the restaurant with fresh fish, crabs and shellfish from the Kornati archipelago for over 40 years. We had fish pâté, carpaccio and a wonderful octopus salad for appetizers and then continued with the grilled clams, a dish in which the fullness of the taste of warty venus clams, mussels and carpet shell clams was infused with the aromas and flavours of the clear sea. The grand finale was spaghetti with lobster, a dish that simply can’t be missed. The wine list lags slightly behind the remarkable selection of food. We drank a solid white table wine, good enough to accompany the dishes. The staff was friendly, though not attentive enough. Table reservations are required as the number of berths in the port is limited. We left this unique, magnificent environment with tremendously good impressions and will definitely come back.