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Martin Pescador

Trget / Seafood

  • 2 Food
  • 2 Decor
  • 3 Service
  • 2 Cost

In an article she wrote for The New York Times few years ago, great Lidia Bastianich named Martin Pescador one of the world’s best fish restaurants. Local and international foodies made it a place of pilgrimage. Its sooks used to pull the fish out from the sea in front of guests and preparation was perfect. But those days are long gone. Martin Pescador today is a substandard eatery with a nondescript menu, where olive oil is kept on tables in messy transparent bottles corked by oversize corks with “Coronica” written on them. There is no Adriatic squid on the menu, but they sell grilled turkey steak. Octopus salad is seasoned with mediocre olive oil and seafood risotto is overcooked, but a unique view of Raša bay is still there.

Additional tags

  • Amex
  • Diners
  • Visa
  • MasterCard
  • Outdoor seating
  • Parking
  • Pet friendly
  • Smoking area

What to order?

  • Fish soup
  • Pasta with scampi, clams and mussels

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