For all its attractiveness, Hvar is not easy to get to, because the place is on an island and one needs a boat to get there. This imparts somehow the cachet of exclusivity on this town. So the restaurants are all on the expensive side, as we found out as we scoped around. The average entree is usually over Kuna 100, even in the simplest looking eating establishments.
Surprisingly, we just stumbled on the “For” Bistro, in an alley one block away from the harbor walk, and well away from the main town square. They had outside seating in the narrow alleyway in front of the restaurant. Prices were about 20 - 30 % less than in the other places and both the food and the service were pretty good. We had a seafood pasta, a broiled squid dish (two large squids), a broiled seafood platter, salad, bread. For Kuna 150, we had a bottle of Bogdanusa white wine, which was a bit thin, very dry, and reasonably good, whatever that meant. The bill was a total of 430 Kunas or US$ 78 for the 4 of us, admittedly all small eaters. That place was a good find, and we'll be back there if we were ever to be in Hvar again.
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