Restaurant Bokeria was inspired by the La Boqueira market in Barcelona. The name of this interesting gourmands’ destination reminds of famous Barcelona’s market, but it is something else. It is a brand new combination of a bar, tavern and restaurant. The closest definition of restaurant Bokeria would be tapas-bar but in Dalmatian way instead of Catalan or Spanish. The food that is served is not Spanish but generally inspired by the Mediterranean and the ingredients of local farmers and fish markets.
The restaurant Bokeria is beautifully decorated and is one of the largest in the center of the town with up to 150 seats. On the ground floor, there are low and high tables and dominant bar, comfortable for enjoying a glass of wine or tasty dishes. The gallery on the first floor is a special area, allowing privacy for various celebrations, events or intimate dinners. Outdoor tables, lined up along the facade complete the scene, offering an opportunity to partake of the typical dining experience.
The modern and classy interior has smooth shelves lining the walls, which are stacked with wine bottles and liquor, while a mosaic tiled bar creates a spanish-like feel to the place. A massive chandelier hangs from a 850 meter chain in the middle of the room and extends over two floors. It’s located near Split’s market, which ensures that the ingredients are always fresh.
Simply put, this restaurant is stunning!