You probably shouldn’t eat any Croatian food while you’re there....
Croatian cooking uses a lot of herbs and spices such as garlic, rosemary, sage, bay leaf, oregano, clove, olive oil, nutmeg and lemon to make their dishes completely bland and tasteless.
They do not like to use fresh produce because they are really far from the coast.
And if you happen to make it there you definitely shouldn’t try Pršut (dry cured ham), stuffed barbecued squid, lamb peka, baked octopus and Pag cheese.
It’s not even remotely delicious. Not one bit.
Their apple Štrudla isn't worth the calories.
You should definitely not look for a Kavana (café) and don’t bother indulging in a few glasses of wine because Croatia has mediocre vineyards.
Don't expect fresh bread to be served with your meals.
Don’t expect hearty stews and meat dishes too.
If people tell you that Croatia has loads of incredible cafes, restaurants and cliff bars, don’t believe them.
You won’t ever be tempted to eat by the coast.