Restaurant Review – The Black Cat, Split

Black Cat

The Black Cat is located just a short walk from the main market at the corner of the old town. Start to follow ‘Kralja Zvonimira’ as if you were leaving Split, and after the first set of traffic lights take a right and follow the road around. About half way up you’ll see the outdoor seating area of The Black Cat.

Black Cat Location

After repeated visits to this restaurant, it certainly seems that the outdoor area is where it’s at. And probably the first thing you’ll notice is the foreign accents – this place really does seem to be a favourite with tourists. And it’s no wonder – it’s the only place in Split where you can get ‘international food’. As in, not pasta, pizza or fish. Which is pretty much all you’ll get in the majority of restaurants in Split.

A quick look at the menu lets  you know that you’re in for a treat. There’s some wonderful salads to be had – and not just your traditional mixed Croatian salad. Lots of Spanish and Mexican influences. There’s also some Fajitas, Quesadillas, Curry, BLT’s – a real mish-mash of cultures and cuisines – but the biggest plus is the price. You can easily have a dinner for 2, with a big beer each for under 100kn. 

The waiting staff are always friendly, and speak good English, and the food never takes too long to arrive. Not that you really mind, as there’s something very special about the atmosphere sitting there amongst the flowers – very relaxing.

So all in all, a very nice place to dine – I actually now a lot of people who have visited Split and eaten in the Black Cat every night, so that’s got to be saying something!

Call them on 021 490 284 for more info/directions. Open til 12 pm.


One Response to “Restaurant Review – The Black Cat, Split”

  1. federico Says:

    the better coffee of the crozia, and the most beautiful waitress of the morning!!!!

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