The setting looks like a 1930 mountain Mediterranean restaurant, whilst at 10 meters from the beach. Although a pizza restaurant, it still offers all the plates you find in Brač. The menu is thick, annoys me, but the food quality was good. We went there to have pizza, but decided otherwise because we sat next to the stone oven, and all pizza's were brushed with a liquid (oil?) after getting them out of the oven. The cook laid the pizza's directly on plates, and the waiters brushed, yes with a sort of paint brush, on the pizza's the liquid. Maybe this is how they do pizza's, but it deviated our initial choice.
Service was cool, waiter nice. Price about 600 kn or 80 euros for three full courses and rosé wine (opol) far from a cote de Provence, but acceptable local wine
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