While this restaurant uses the same delicious local ingredients that can be found at other konobas it presents them in a more innovative and delicate manner than the majority of the other more traditional restaurants on the island. We thoroughly enjoyed every part of our meal here, despite the torrential downpour that hit just as we were tucking into our starters. The meal was truly a wonderful experience and definitely worth a visit if you are staying on Vis.
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