Tournament Trpanj 2018.
Traditional lunch at Skojera
Boccie nation was in Trpanj again. As all previous years, this year was no exception. The second-day lunch gathering was at Konoba.
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all day fresh and grilled to the perfection + variety of fresh cut vegetable salad.
Restaurant Konoba Škojera is conveniently located in downtown Trpanj. We offer outdoor and indoor seating, free parking in the back of the restaurant, free Wi-Fi and we do accept credit and debit cards.
A group of chefs of various restaurants in Dubrovnik is in Trpanj. They come to Trpanj with their families, every year for a relaxation and to play soccer, catch the breath before the summer season in Dubrovnik. And as we reported last year they came again to eat Konoba Skojera.
We appreciate their patronage very much and hope to see them next year again.
Appetizers: prosciutto, cheese, and olives then some cuttlefish salad, anchovies and salted sardines.
Main course: grilled calamari, fish and boiled spinach and potatoes. Grilled meat, pork, and veal, then pljeskavica, and cevapcici, with sides of chopped onion, ajvar, and french fries.
They were drinking house red and white.
Here are some photos of dinner they had. I would say a typical but very tasty Dalmatian fare.
Their host and waiter was the owner of the restaurant, Mr. Goran Jovic, the chef in the kitchen was Goran’s spouse Keti and the grill master was Goran’s mother Amra.
The family for the family, what a treat!
Munja meaning Flash is a nickname of one of the employees of the power supply company. Yesterday they celebrated Munja’s twentieth year of employment. Good luck Munja all the way to the retirement.
It was our great pleasure to host such event and a huge recognition that, among many other restaurants at Peljesac they selected ours. Thank you very much Elektro Jug.
The appetizer was Dalmatian prosciutto, cheddar cheese, and pickled olives. The main fare was meat (veal, lamb, and pork) and potatoes under Peka (baking bell) and then grilled meat, veal, pork chops and homemade sausages and vegetables. They all were drinking red and white wine from one of our local wineries. Here are some photos (Munja is the first left at the first photo):