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Dalmatian Feasts for
Modern Emperors

Laganini pulsates in the very heart of Diocletian’s palace, as a reminder of the history that shaped us and the times gone by, whose customs enriched and enhanced the marvellous and miraculous Dalmatian cuisine that we present you in all its flavours, aromas and colours.

Sit and relax, we will pour you some wine and serve you something very, very fine.

Welcome to Konoba Laganini.

Chef Recommends

1/5 Fetuccine with seafood

Fetuccine, shrimps, mussels, vongole, oyster, Grana Padano

2/5 Risotto ‘Al Dimi’

Carnaroli rice, shrimps, smoked shrimps, smoked mussels, parmesan ice cream

3/5 Tataki Tuna

Tuna, arugula, cauliflower cream, wasabi mayonnaise, caper flower, capers, cherry tomatoes, olives, lemon

4/5 Fresh Adriatic Sea Bass Fillet

Adriatic sea bass, arugula, potato and garlic cream, caper flower, capers, cherry tomatoes, olives, lemon

5/5 File Mignon

File mignon, arugula, carrot and orange cream, caper flower, capers, cherry tomatoes

Chef’s Pick

1/5 Tuna Tartar

Tuna, Mediterranean herbs

2/5 Fresh Adriatic Seabass Filet with Potato and Garlic Cream

Honey, lemon and olive oil dressing, garlic, potato

3/5 Fresh Adriatic Tuna with Cauliflower Cream and Wasabi Mayonnaise

Cauliflower, dairy products, wasabi mayonnaise, sashimi tuna

4/5 Smoked Seafood Green Risotto

Smoked mackerel, smoked clams, smoked mussels, smoked prawns, sea algae caviar, crab and sea urchin meat

5/5 I. and II. Class Shellfish Dalmatian “Buzara”

Breadcrumbs, olive oil, garlic, parsley, pepper, white wine



Everyone is Crazy about (Adriatic) Tuna

If tuna had its own CV, then it would probably be written like this: tuna is one of the most consumed fish in the world. It belongs to a subgroup of the mackerel family and has eight species that differ in color and size.