In a cozy ambience, surrounded by its own vineyard, Studec tavern offers local cuisine, barbecue and all meat specialties, fish and vegetarian cuisine. They are famous for their excellent under a baking bell(meat and fish), domestic Bribir macaroni, wild game meat goulash, grilled dishes, homemade sausages and various truffle dishes. There are, of course, various fine minestrone, and other dishes from the daily offer depending on the season and offer on the market. In the end there is an indispensable dessert.
The ambiance is pleasant and relaxed.
In the inner part of Konoba Studec they can serve about 50 guests. On the outdoor open-air terrace, which is in a natural shade, they have 100-150 seats, and they can accommodate larger groups of excursions etc. For larger groups it is preferable to book.
Featured from Konoba Studec’s offer:
- under a baking bell(meat or fish)
- roasting spit dishes
- various barbecued-grill dishes
- local traditional cuisine
- homemade sausages
- homemade pasta (bribir macaroni, gnocchi …)
- various minestrones
- meals with truffles
- wild game goulash
- fresh vegetables
- home-made soup
- various dishes depending on the season
How did we get the name STUDEC?
Croatian King Petar Krešimir IV.(1058-1074) also had his own Winemaker Studec, whose name and profession were recorded in the muniment of Nin 1069. Part of this document, written by Bishop Anastasios(Chancellor of the King’s Court), reads: “I, Krešimir, with the grace of God and Croatians, together with the Mayors, Princes and Bans … We decided and prepared our hearts to establish the monastery of St. Martyr of Krševan(in Zadar) treats his possessions by giving him our own(royal) island, which extends into our Dalmatian sea, and is called Maun … Along with other officers as witnesses and signers of this charter is also mentioned the name of King’s Winemaker Studec, which is proof that this title was included among the high honorary duties and confirmation of the wine culture at the court of Croatian rulers.