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A friend told us about the most incredible experience they had while in HVAR. This is will be on your top 10 experiences for sure. The taxi cab drivers know the location. It’s about a $25 cab ride there. While the entrance can be slightly...More
Me and my boyfriend went to Stori Komin for dinner and were blown away! The food was exceptional and the service was unique and memorable. This restaurant is in an abandoned village close to Milna and the family cooks out of the house that their...More
We called the day prior hoping they would have room for us - this is a very small, intimate restaurant so you need to have a reservation. We went at 7pm - the perfect hour to arrive and walk the abandoned town for a few...More
Incredible place and same is food and service!
Little hard to find, but if u make a reservation upfront and keep In touch by phone while arriving, u will find it and won’t be disappointed!
Location is MEGA romantic, the family here does a sensational...More
Lost in the middle of nowhere, you will find this abandoned village and Bartolomeo's restaurant. By the suggestion of a local we went there. Simply the best "pastissada" I had in Croatia in the last year, along with a very good steak and simply outstanding...More
This place was recommended to us by local friend and it is a restaurant in the abandoned medieval village with beautiful view over the valley. They prepare wonderfull octopus and lamb peka and serve great local wine. Be prepared to walk a bit to the...More
We were visiting Hvar with a group, and our Croatian travel agent suggested this restaurant as a unique experience. It was one of our top two dining experiences during almost 10 days in Croatia. If you have the chance to eat here, TAKE IT!
We drove up to this small village of stone buildings and walked up the hill and realized that these building were deserted. We were very apprehensive until we reach the top where one building had life and a person was waiting to greet us. We...More
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Our group paid about 80 euros each, but that included transportation to and from the hotel to the restaurant. The restaurant has a Facebook page, (just do a Google search for Stori Komin) so you might be able to message or... More
Our group paid about 80 euros each, but that included transportation to and from the hotel to the restaurant. The restaurant has a Facebook page, (just do a Google search for Stori Komin) so you might be able to message or email them through that page and ask for costs without transportation. FYI, there is no menu....you basically just eat what they serve you, which is delicious, and the wine is included in the meal. Also, whether you drive, take a taxi, etc., vehicles can only go so far. They drop you off at the bottom of the village and you walk up to the restaurant. It's lovely walking through the ruins, and not a difficult walk, but it is uphill with some steps. Hope you get to enjoy it...fabulous dining experience!