There is no doubt that one of the most popular places in Split for tourists is the waterfront in front of Diocletian’s Palace. Called Riva, it is a stunning and stylish location, with wall to wall cafes vying for your businesses. With such spectacular views in a historic setting, it is the perfect place to people watch over a coffee.
But what if you are hungry?
Riva is Cafe Central, and dining options are limited. I don’t think I would be doing a huge disservice to Hotel Adriana by saying their restaurant food is a little way off Michelin Star status, and so it was great news to hear about the opening of a new restaurant on Riva – the first dedicated restaurant – earlier this year.
Brasserie on 7 has made an impressive start and is a welcome addition to the city’s gastronomic scene. From breafast to brunch, fine dining to coffee and one of their excellent range of cakes, B7 as it is known to their growing number of regulars, offers perhaps the most diverse dining options in Split. In a prime, prime location. I am still salivating over the cold sea food platter at the recent photoshoot.
Follow B7 on Facebook this summer, or salivate over some of the culinary offers in the pictures below.
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