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Tavern Gustirna


Tavern Gustirna  is familly run business and it is located in the center of  u Postira on the island of Brac .Traditional ambience and old dalmatian recipes is guarantee for unforgettable pleasure.
Our proffessional stuff, always in good mood will serve you authentic dalmatian specialty PEKA and other delicious meal from the rich menu. Tavern Gustirna is only few meter far from the sea and has a nice terrace beneath the tree.
Tavern is decorated very traditionaly and part of interior was a draw-welll in old stone house.

Daily we offer hot and cold appetizers as well as dishes of meat and fish, grilled, roasted and prepared in the oven.


Spit – Roasted lamb

Spit-roasted lamb is one of the most typical and tastiest Dalmatian dishes. The whole lamb is put on a spit and roasted on an open fire of aromatic wood .

Spit-roasted lamb is one of the most typical and tastiest Dalmatian dishes. The whole lamb is put on a spit and roasted on an open fire of aromatic wood until the skin becomes of golden yellow colour. Before being roasted the meat can be marinated in oil into which aromatic herbs are added.


Dalmatian specialities

Our carefully assembled menu offers dalmatian, croatian and local specialties, including A La Cart dining. Your dinner will be accompanied with a fine selection of wines and spirits from Dalmatia and Croatia.
We invite you to experience our warm hospitality and dedication in providing the highest possible level of service to all our guests.

Dalmatian Prsut (Smoked Ham)
Of all the exquisite artisan food produced in Dalmatia, there is none as widely loved that resonates in the hearts and souls of the people like pršut (PURR-shoot).

Dalmatian dry-cured ham (dalmatinski pršut), from Dalmatia in Croatia, especially from the area of Zagora – may be more or less salty, with darker and drier meat. The ham from the town of Drniš is one of the best known.

Dalmatian Peka
One of the most famous delicious specialty is octopus “peka”. This is a cooking method exclusive to the Dalmatian coast and in essence involves slowly stewing an octopus underneath what looks like an upturned wok surrounded by a steel ring containing red hot embers. The octopus is cooked with vegetables (mainly potatoes) in a vegetable stock for around two hours.

The beauty of “Peka” is that all the flavors are preserved and the slow cooking process makes it a very healthy choice.

Most common meat and seafood prepared in the Peka is veal, lamb, octopus and whole fish. Meat or seafood is then most likely covered with potatoes, carrots, celery and zucchini.


Apply and get free drink

Enjoy in your dinner or supper with authentic dalmatian food. We are pleased to serve you aperitiv gratis, just print your free voucher below: www.gustirna.com



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