Somebody Feed Phil Croatia is a delightful and mouthwatering food and travel series that takes viewers on a culinary adventure around the world. In one of the captivating episodes, Phil Rosenthal explores the vibrant and diverse cuisine of Croatia.
As Phil meanders through the picturesque streets of the Old Town, he immerses himself in the city’s vibrant food scene. He encounters bustling local markets where he marvels at the vibrant array of fresh produce. Aromatic herbs and locally sourced ingredients form the backbone of Dubrovnik’s cuisine.
One of the best seafoods restaurants in the world – Gverovic Orsan
According to Phill, our restaurant is one of the best seafood restaurants in the world. Phill is sitting on our sun-drenched terraces overlooking the Adriatic Sea and cannot believe that this view is real! He savors delectable dishes while enjoying wine and homemade bread. At our restaurants, he tried oysters and scorpion fish and he told us that is his favorite fish.
In his signature jovial manner, Phil enjoys our famous black risotto that showcases the traditional flavors and techniques of the region. He dives into the world of seafood, savoring freshly caught fish and succulent shellfish. This highlights the city’s coastal location and its strong ties to the Adriatic Sea.
Somebody feed Phil Croatia is will leave you hungry for more
Phil delves into traditional dishes such as pašticada, a slow-cooked beef stew marinated in red wine and spices. He tried peka, a savory combination of meat, vegetables, and potatoes slow-cooked under an iron bell.
Throughout his culinary journey, Phil also experiences the warm hospitality of the locals. Our people embrace him with open arms and share a passion for food and culture. From convivial family gatherings to lively taverns, he discovers the joy of breaking bread and forging connections through shared meals.