Konoba Pol Murvu is one of the best kept secrets on the island. Word of caution, this is not a restaurant in a classical sense, experience is more like visiting islander's house and eating what they would eat themselves. If you're ok with that, you're ready for this konoba. Located off the beaten track, it maintains the quality well worth a drive.
The best seating is under the mulberry tree which gives the tavern its name.
What impressed me upfront was integrity of the service, this is the only place in Croatia where I was informed about sources of food which helped me make the right choices. Staff is very nice and you do feel genuinely welcome.
Homemade cheese was excellent, and so was the lamb consommé we ordered for starters. We came quite late, pasticada was gone already, so we settled for grilled lamb and squids. Excellent, exactly how my mom would make it!
Wines are reasonably priced, but we went for the corked one, with all due respect to local winemaking.
Lavender cookies for desert were excellent and so was the carob brandy. All in all excellent experience, looking forward to coming again.
Prices are reasonable, significantly lower than those in Komiza and Vis. Don't expect McDonalds pricing, however.
Recommendation: If you want to taste the food islanders would eat themselves and honest and no nonsense service, this is the place for you. If you're into more formal experience or rock bottom prices, better look elsewhere.
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