Situated on an island on the Sibenik archipelago linked by a short bridge to the mainland, Boba is without a doubt the restaurant on the “Sibenik rocks”, as these islands were once known. The intimate dining room is supplemented by a large, minimally furnished outdoor space, and although the restaurant is an informal “konoba” (tavern) in name, it is decidedly elegant in feel. The cuisine has a strong Mediterranean focus with just a few meat dishes, while raw fish options (especially tuna) are the house speciality. There’s also a good choice of wine with an emphasis on Dalmatia and elsewhere in Croatia. The young, dynamic staff add to its appeal.
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