A quality, traditional local restaurant tucked away behind the big hotels on Babin Kuk, signposted from the main road. Pleasantly surrounded by greenery, a playground and local boules ground, Komin boasts a stone terrace and two dining areas, one a modern extension for the summer overflow. A fireplace and centrepiece grill in the main room give a rustic feel, accentuated by an offering of succulent meats traditionally prepared with hot coals, fresh fish, and plenty of shellfish as starters. Dingač, Babić and Pošip among the wines.
Iva Dulčića 136
|Opening hours:||Noon-midnight daily|
|Transport:||All buses to Babin Kuk|