Subject: 'Mangold pie!'
Posted by Guest on: Friday, July 29, 2011 at 07:45 AM PST
Inside Diocletians Palace, I had the good fortune to discover a yummy, and entirely naturally vegan pizza/pie, that went by the name of Mangold Pie. It was made up of two slices of thin pastry, filled with fresh spinach, garlic and olive oil, and then dusted with garlic on top. At just over a pound a slice, it was definitely a great help for lunches on the go around Split.
Posted by flamekat on: Tuesday, May 08, 2007 at 06:47 AM PST
I spent about 4 days in Split, but didn't go to any of the veggie restaurants cause I was traveling with meat eaters. Croatia in general was not the most veggie-friendly country I've been to. I suppose it's all right for ovo-lactos, but for vegans it gets boring pretty quickly. Be prepared for veggie pasta, veggie pizzas without cheese, and veggie sandwiches. That's about it. To make matters worse, you'll find the same veggies (a frozen mix of green beans, peas, carrots, and sweet corn) on all three. I did have a nice pasta one night at a seafood place, and they were very willing to make it vegan for me. Best meal I had!