This restaurant has a bit more pretension than most on the seafront at Portoroz, and we actually went three times during our stay. The first time we, in common with almost all our fellow guests, were upsold by a marketing-savvy waiter to order a whole baked fresh fish. This is indeed a delicious choice, although very expensive, and should be savoured. Their fish cooking is excellent, and the waiters are excellent at de-boning the whole fish tableside. On later visits we were more modest in our food choices, but everything was well done, and some choices, such as the fried chicken, were extremely economical. The wine list is more extensive than most of the other beachside restaurants, and it is definitely a more restaurant-like experience than the rush-through experienced elsewhere.
That said, one busy evening we arrived half an hour before a party of 100 pharmacists on their annual night-out and our food took over an hour and a half to arrive to feed some very hungry diners at our table, long after the pharmacists tucked into their buffet. We weren’t too pleased about that, although the staff did apologise, and tried hard to make up for the deficiencies of their kitchen colleagues.
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