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Members of the Croatian Business Club organised a gathering Flavours Of Dalmatia at the Tata Mama tavern and wine bar and used the opportunity to promote traditional Dalmatian food and wine.

The offer included mussels, fresh fish from the Adriatic, specialities from octopus, cuttlefish and fresh seafood, which were prepared by Chef Boris Šiljić, who hails from Split, but also autochthonous types of famous Dalmatian wines.

The event was attended by Croatian Business Club members, media representatives, members of the diplomatic corps and representatives of embassies, as well as other friends and associates of this club.

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