BREAKFAST / BRUNCH

No need to set your alarm clock to make sure you get to enjoy our famous breakfast on Split Riva! Our current Breakfast/Brunch Menu is served from 8 am ’till 12 pm.

For breakfast and brunch lovers (and aren’t we all?!) we continue to offer the “B7 classics”, such as our hearty Big Breakfast, Brioche French toast & Eggs Benedict.

We also encourage you to try the newer additions, such as the Garden Benedict for avocado lovers, or our Executive Chef’ specialty, Scrambled Eggs with roasted mushrooms and leek.

Healthy options are also available, including our acai bowl and the innovative chia parfait.

lunch/dinner

Do stop by to sample the exciting dishes created and revamped by our new and talented Executive Chef, Alexandre Ange.

Our current Lunch/Dinner menu (served from noon ’till 9pm) takes a casual café approach, serving light starters such as potato and mussel salad, mediterranean flat bread bruschetta or – for something more hearty – opt for our locally sourced sirloin steak, served with truffle butter and potatoes prepared three ways.

Pair up your lunch or dinner with a glass of wine or a refreshing cocktail and watch the yachts cruise in and out of the harbour ‘fjaka’ style.

WEEKLY MENU

Our Head Chef Alexandre Ange has been busy sourcing local produce to bring together a dynamic & fresh concept.
 
The Weekly Menu is an addition to our À la carte Lunch/Dinner Menu and will change and evolve depending on what’s in season and available by our local producers and partners.
 
Make sure to check with our friendly waitstaff to find out what’s on the Weekly Menu and enjoy it while soaking in the stunning Split Riva views on our terrace.

patisserie

Our cakes and desserts are baked and prepared fresh on the premises.

It is here where our dedicated team transforms whole butter, cream, fresh fruits, and imported French chocolate into varied desserts using traditional & contemporary techniques.

Our Pastry Chef combines French and Croatian sweet classics and presents them so elegantly into 21st Century interpretations.