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L'avis de Gault&Millau
Restaurant Mediteran truly provides the Mediterranean atmosphere you dream of on cold winter days. In a beautifully decorated Dalmatian stone house, in the old town of Primosten peninsula, they will welcome you warmly and offer you a table in a small courtyard. When we wanted to chose some dishes from the menu, we discovered that, unfortunately, not all of them were available and that we had to change our initial desires. Still, everything we had was great. We started with the Dalmatian Bouillabaisse. Creamy soup with fish, shellfish and shrimp. From usual, maybe similar soups in appearance, this one stood out with the aromas and flavours of Mediterranean herbs. A great start! We continued with gratinated Saint Jacques. Nicely served on coarse salt, the mussels kept the intense taste of the sea, enriched with the texture of the gratin crispy crust. We continued with macaroni with shrimp and truffles. The pasta was precisely cooked, and the flavours of the sauce were harmoniously intertwined. Then came the vongole buzara style. Fresh, full shells that, thanks to the Mediterranean spices, presented a perfect blend of modern and classic food. We switched to meat and tasted lamb chops, which completely delighted us. Juicy and excellently baked, cleaned of excess fat and membranes, frenched rack. For dessert we chose a Sweet story – panna cotta with forest fruit. The topping was a little too sweet but the panna cotta itself was very good. In the rich wine list, which is dominated by wines of local winemakers, we indulged in the waiter’s choice and we were not wrong. We have to underline that we visited the restaurant at the time of their former chef, Pero Savanović, one of the best Dalmatian chefs. We hope that the new chef will keep the quality of the food at the same level. Be sure to book in advance.