It is a shame that a restaurant so amply endowed with surrounding natural beauty should not be more creative in its cooking. The menu didn't change in the two weeks we were there and the meal choices were less than abundant. We were glad not to have opted for the half-pension because after a few days we would not have known what else to order. The wait staff, on the other hand, could not have been nicer, especially Goran, who appeared to be the head waiter. Prices were slightly high for the food but very reasonable for alcohol. Overall, more of a visual feast than one for the stomach.
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