Lovely handmade tables, but food and service just average. We had pizza and Capo pasta - nothing good to write about. If you're looking for a good food, look at some other place in town...
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Food was wonderful and waiter was a great character and very knowledgeable about food and wine. sorry didn't get his name but he has been there years. thank you. my husband had fantastic tbone steak. was so good went there couple of time in our...More
During an evening exploration of pretty Trogir we came across this fascinating place. It seemed to have several entrances and areas to eat in. Since it was quite full we ended up dining on the first floor of a ruined building! We did not need...More
Busy, Capo offers a number of options: indoors, in a busy alley, a quiet corner, or inside a derelict old building. The menu is much the same as every other Croation restaurant, alas. but the food is good, and served with panache. Just a bit...More
This restaurant is tucked away down a narrow cobbled street in the old town. The kitchen is on one side while they have seating in the alleyway outside & also on the other side of the street. The staff are on the ball & service...More
Came here on a busy Saturday night and had the seafood plate. Large piece of fish had a nice grilled taste, plus meaty squid and tasty chips. Wine was okay but nothing special. We sat outside up some steps, good atmosphere, but a little smoky...More
Capo have many outlets in Trogir but the nicest is the one hidden away inside the town. Great use of a derelict building and very friendly staff. Food is standard Croatian fare - nothing special but served with a smile