“Legend has it that, when God created Earth, he randomly tossed a handful of stones into the clear blue sea. As he witnessed the wonder he had just created, he decided not to change a thing since nothing more beautiful could be made as the Kornati Archipelago”. These are the pearls of the Adriatic Sea.
Our Konoba is also such a pearl. Since its opening by Ante Karacic in 2007 in Waghäusel- Kirrlach, it has been true to the Dalmatian tradition while also keeping up with current culinary trends. Typical Dalmatian delicacies are served here luring you on a culinary adventure to the Adriatic Sea.
“People who cannot enjoy are unenjoyable”
Hospitality is comprised of a little warmth, a few drinks, some food and a lot of peace
Dalmatian cuisine in Croatia typically consists of many fish specialties such as sea bass, gilthead and sole. Our Chef de Cuisine, Olaf Ille, makes sure that items such as grilled fish, fish soups and other seafood are never missing from the menu. Of course, meat lovers are also most welcome to enjoy traditional dishes such as the original Croatian Peka.
Our restaurant general manager, Freia Troidl, states that “The use of natural ingredients such as fresh fish, grilled or cooked meat, olive oil and a hint of garlic ensure that the Dalmatian cuisine is not only delicious but also light, healthy and in season”.
Croatia is understandably proud of the variety and quality of its wines. The geographic origin of 700 varieties is protected. The most famous wines are, of course, found in our wine menu. The “new” Konoba also offers delicious drops from the best vineyards of Spain, Italy, and France.
“No man can feel comfortable without his consent”
Wines are a top priority at Konoba.
Below you will find a selection of vineyards we source our wines from:
- Heitlinger Vineyard
- Burg Ravensburg
- Kruger Rumpf Vineyard
- Galic Vineyard
- Zlatan Plenkovic Vineyard
- Stina Brač Vineyard
- Grgič Vineyard
- Tomič Hvar Vineyard
- Korlat Vineyard
- Saint Hills Vineyard
- Domaine de Valensac
- Bodega Borsao
- Vina Vilano