Dvi Murve Review
This superb restaurant is in a suburb on the edge of town, so you'll need to drive to it unless you're up for a long walk. The acclaimed menu includes bass baked in a salt crust: the waiter delivers the flaming salt-encrusted catch to the table, where he deftly extinguishes the fire with a white cloth, removes the salt crust, skin and all, and serves you the steaming white flesh—the sides, Swiss chard and boiled potatoes, are included in the price. But there are also such meat specialties as beefsteak dvi murve (with a cream, mushroom, and ham sauce). The interior is very traditional, such as you would find in any Istrian konoba; outside is a large summer terrace shaded by two mulberry trees, after which the restaurant is named.