The Nights of the restaurants at Festival Taste the Mediterranean
The Nights of the restaurants at Festival Taste the Mediterranean Tastes and aromas of the Mediterranean at every corner – during this year’s Taste the Mediterranean Festival, the residents and the vistors of Split will be able to enjoy the finest Mediterranean-Dalmatian dishes in 15 Split’s restaurants and taverns that have joined the new initiative “Split Restaurant Nights”. Jointly launched by Taste the Mediterranean and the company Tommy (food retail chain), in order to promote the local food, the project wants to involve the city as much as possible in the great gastronomic Mediterranean story.
On Friday 8 and Saturday 9 October 2021 Atlantida, Bajamonti, Brasserie on 7, Bokeria, Corto Maltese, Dujkin dvor, Fantažija, Konoba Fetivi, Konoba Marul, Laganini, Mazzgoon, Pandora Greenbox, Portofino, Sidi bar and Šug will offer to their guests, at an affordable price, a Mediterranean / Dalmatian menu of 3 courses with a glass of wine. Fixed prices will range from 180 to 210 kuna. Appetizer, main course and dessert will be the integral part of the menu while the sweet surprise will be the Split cake, produced by the company Bobis, according to the recipe of the excellent pastry chef Tereza Alabanda.
Balloons marked Taste the Mediterranean and Tommy will be flying at the entrance of the restaurants and the tavern participating in the Nights of the restaurants and a special poster will additionally confirm their partner’s status with Taste the Mediterranean.
Among this year’s partners of the Festival we must certainly mention Arsana tasting house from Omiš and Radmanove mlinice (Radman’s mill), in the canyon of the river Cetina, which will host the participants and the guests of the Festival, primarily foreign chefs and journalists. In a special masterclass for the High school Jure Kaštelan in Omiš, the Japanese-French chef Ippei Uemura will show to the students the Japanese traditional fish filetting and how to combine Japanese and Mediterranean cuisine.