After the city tour through the Diocletian’s palace and the Peristyle with Vjeran Mlačić, tourist guide, our culinary guru Dhruv Baker headed toward restaurant Adriatic Grašo, owned by popular Croatian singer Petar Grašo, where he tried one of the most popular Dalmatian dish called pašticada.
‘This restaurant is stunning! Gorgeous views over the islands and Split and somewhere I could happily sit all afternoon enjoying the sunshine and a glass of wine. Peter was a wonderful host – passionate about food and wine and a pleasure to meet! And the pašticada… The pašticada was utterly delicious! Incredibly tender, beautifully balanced flavours and something I will definitely cook when I’m back in the UK.’- said Mr.Baker.
British MasterChef was equally thrilled with the dessert of the house, Nedovršena štrudla (unfinished strudel as it is called), which includes marinated apples, crisp fried dough called angel hair (noodle dough), ground walnuts and white chocolate.