In a few words, incredible experience! A small family restaurant in an abandoned village near Milna... Homemade food with a view of the surounding mountains! Simply perfect!
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On our first full day in Hvar, our guide picked us up near our hotel in a 4WD vehicle for a tour of the island's picturesque countryside. Included in our tour was lunch – in an abandoned village. The village of Malo Grablje dates back to the 15th century. It was abandoned in the 1950s when a pest called phylloxera... More
We made a point of adding this restaurant to our Hvar itinerary because of reviews and are so glad we did! It is truly a unique and memorable experience, and all the food was excellent as well. We only wish we'd been able to arrive prior to sunset to be able to see the views from the hilltop setting. However,... More
Beyond enchanting. The loveliest family keeps their families history alive in a deserted town with a Brigadoon like nightly feast. Order peka, the signature Croatian dish 24 hours in advance for an even more memorable dining experience. You will not forget this experience.
This was a dinner setting like none other that my husband and I every experienced! Simply amazing! We had dinner here on September 15, 2016 and the setting, the food and overall magic of Stori Komin did not disappoint! We did make reservations the day before, as we ordered the lamb peka, which requires additional preparation and cooking time. If... More
A group of 19 of us from New Zealand visited this restaurant for a late lunch as part of a fantastic Amazing Hvar day tour. If you want silver service and a fancy menu this place is not for you. If you enjoy tasty country food, with most of the ingredients locally sourced or made by the restaurant - including... More
From the friendly greeting to the attentive service and excellent food.... nothing to complain about
Stori Komin was recommended to us by our kayak guide. You have to call in advance to let them know what you want to eat. There is no menu. They will tell you what they will prepare for you. The dinner was great. Since we eat meat, we had lamb and veal chops. They also make their own wine which... More
After reading many of the reviews on this site, I was looking forward to the meal here tonight. The food was bland and tasteless. Since we told the waitress that a few of us didn't eat meat we were told we would be getting potatoes without the prosciutto ham, however this wasn't the case when the food arrived at the... More
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My husband and I will be staying in Hvar on vacation September 14th and 15th and would like to make dinner reservations at Stori Komin for one of those nights. Are reservations accepted, and if so, who do I contact?
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Take care, Catherine
Can anyone comment on how navigable the road to the restaurant is in a rental sedan?