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L'avis de Gault&Millau
The tennants of Split are the main guests of the small restaurant Šug, located near the park known as Đardin, but foreign tourists and visitors are also coming here more and more often because the word of mouth is spreading fast. In Šug, you can eat excellent marende (daily cooked meals ideal for the morning break - once upon a time that was the first meal that peasants had after the hard work in the fields) for moderate prices, and that is what attracts the locals the most. With large glass facades that provide daylight and simple decoration, the restaurant is cozy and the atmosphere is relaxed. In the summer you can sit on the terrace. Šug offers some real Dalmatian specialties, homemade food that used to be prepared in most houses, but for which there is no time in today’s hectic lifes. Marenda, some kind of local brunch, is one of them. That is why the younger generations of Split chefs, such as Duje Kanajet and Mate Kordić from Šug, decided to give to the brunch/marenda its former glory and dedicated themselves to cooking daily home-made dishes that have more and more fans. However, young chefs also offer some more modern dishes. We liked the idea of vegetable carpaccio, thinly sliced raw zucchini, carrots, cauliflower and oranges, seasoned with olive oil. We also ordered prosciutto served with olive and caper tapenade and onion jam. Although it takes longer to prepare, we took the Tećada for the main course. Best quality wild white fish, octopus, shrimp and shellfish are cooked in a pot and in the end pasta is cooked in this very sauce. Excellent, spicy, delicious dish in which all the flavours of fish and seafood permeate. To lick your fingers! We warmly recommend Šug and this year we award them with a second Gault & Millau toque.