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What to Eat in Dubrovnik?

Croatian Dishes

thumb_croatian_dishesCroatian cuisine is one of the reasons why just come to Croatia on holiday. Croatian cuisine is based on domestic and freshly prepared products. As a part of Croatian culture, cuisine is divided into coastal (Istria and Dalmatia) and continental (Croatian Zagorje, including Zagreb and northwestern Croatia), Slavonian cuisine (East Croatian).
The next meal you will find almost everywhere in Croatia:

Dalmatian Cuisine

thumb_dalmatian_cuisineDalmatian cuisine is essentially Mediterranean, which means plenty of homemade olive oil, garlic, spices and herbal ingredients. The Croatian Adriatic has local products such as cheese from the island of Pag, which is served with olives and homemade bread as an appetizer, Dalmatian smoked ham, beef, pork, lamb under the iron pan, which is excellent, as well as pasta and pizza that can be found in most restaurants. More about Dalmatina Cuisine
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