Gastronomija

GASTRONOMIJA

Gastronomija u Splitu

Iako po mnogočemu tipičan mediteranski grad, Split je zbog svoje specifične lokacije također i mjesto u kojem su se stoljećima miješali raznorazni gastronomski utjecaji. Dobra vina, riba i maslinovo ulje čine okosnicu mediteranske gastronomije kakva dominira u primorju, dok iz poljičkog zaleđa pristižu čuvene delikatese poput poljičkog soparnika ili dalmatinskog pršuta.

Sol i maslinovo ulje nutritivna su osnova dalmatinske kuhinje, ali za uistinu autohton gastronomski užitak potrebna su još dva sastojka – vino i pjesma.

Stoljećima su ribari i težaci s ovih područja svoje večeri završavali upravo pjesmom u starim dalmatinskim konobama, a posebno je zanimljivo da je prva i najstarija dalmatinska konoba otvorena upravo u Split!

Danas na području grada posluje na desetke konoba i restorana u kojima možete iskusiti šaroliku gastronomsku ponudu ovih krajeva.

Lokalni specijaliteti koje ne biste smjeli preskočiti dok ste na odmoru u Split svakako su poljički soparnik, dalmatinski pršut, riba s gradela i jelo ispod peke. Svako od ovih jela posebna je delicija, a o tome koliko je kvalitetna gastronomija omiškog kraja najbolje svjedoči podatak da je poljički soparnik jedno od rijetkih jela službeno uvrštenih u popis hrvatske nematerijalne kulturne baštine!

GASTRONOMY

Gastronomy in Split

Although in many ways a typical Mediterranean town, due to its specific location town of Split has for centuries also been a melting pot of different gastronomic influences. Good wine, fish and olive oil make the basis of Mediterranean cuisine dominant along the coast, whereas the villages in the town’s hinterland offer famous specialties such as soparnik and Dalmatian prosciutto.

Salt and olive oil represent the nutritive essence of Dalmatian cuisine, but a truly authentic gastronomic delight requires two more ingredients – wine and song.

Throughout the centuries local fishermen and farmworkers ended their evenings with song in old Dalmatian taverns (Croat. konoba) , and, interestingly enough, the first and oldest one among such taverns was opened precisely in town of Split!

Today there are dozens of taverns and restaurants in the town of Split where you can get a taste of the diverse local cuisine.

Local specialties you should by no means miss while on vacation in town of Split are definitely the Poljica soparnik, Dalmatian prosciutto, grilled fish and traditional Dalmatian peka (usually veal, seafood or chicken roasted to perfection under an iron lid). Each of these dishes represents a special culinary delight, and the fact that soparnik is today one of the rare dishes included on the official list of Croatian Intangible Cultural Heritage speaks best to the quality of the local cuisine of town of Split!

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Address: Ulica bana Josipa Jelačića 2,
21000 Split, Croatia
Tel: +385 (0) 21 345 644
Fax: +385 (0) 21 362 383
E-mail: rezervacije@hotel-bellevue-split.hr

Hotel Bellevue

Address: Ulica bana Josipa Jelačića 2,
21000 Split, Croatia
Tel: +385 (0) 21 345 644
Fax: +385 (0) 21 362 383
E-mail: rezervacije@hotel-bellevue-split.hr