Villa Spiza – Quick bites for urbanites / Split, Croatia

Eating out in Split

Villa Spiza Kružićeva 3, Split

 A city dweller’s paradise, this no-frills downtown joint whisks together a daily menu after a morning shopping trip through Split’s marketplace, Pazar. No cutlery or plate matches, giving this little eatery its charm as you eat off the bartop whilst observing the kitchen preparations. My latest quick indulgence at Villa Spiza was a generous portion of turkey in red wine served with oven-roasted potatoes. When I last opted for a cuttlefish risotto, I was pleasantly surprised when I got a proper piece of cheese, and a kitchen-sized grater on the side. Keeping things simple, the beverage menu sticks to only one beer, wine, and juice option. Find this budget bistro down the narrow lane of Kruziceva behind the Pjaca square.A city dweller’s paradise, this no-frills downtown joint whisks together a daily menu after a morning shopping trip through Split’s marketplace, Pazar. No cutlery or plate matches, giving this little eatery its charm as you eat off the bartop whilst observing the kitchen preparations. My latest quick indulgence at Villa Spiza was a generous portion of turkey in red wine served with oven-roasted potatoes. When I last opted for a cuttlefish risotto, I was pleasantly surprised when I got a proper piece of cheese, and a kitchen-sized grater on the side. Keeping things simple, the beverage menu sticks to only one beer, wine, and juice option. Find this budget bistro down the narrow lane of Kruziceva behind the Pjaca square.

Source: www.tasteofcroatia.org

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