Once a bland café, the Radovani family's Hvaranin is one of the liveliest of Split's traditional venues. With mum and dad in the kitchen and son behind the bar, this is a second home for many journalists and writers whose books sit on the shelves. Everything is simple, home-made and delicious. Specials include gregada fish stew Hvar-style, and white risotto with mussels. Don't miss the traditional dessert, rožata crème caramel. Seating is limited so book ahead.
|Venue name:||Konoba Hvaranin||Contact:|
Ban Mladenova 9
|Opening hours:||11am-midnight daily|
|Transport:||All buses to Riva|
Average User Rating
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we went there on July 6th, 2016 for lunch. Ordered tuna (rare and one medium rare) - since tuna was supposed to be good in Croatia. The fish was grey'ish and had a scent of not too fresh fish. Very far from sushi grade. Side dish was overcooked potatoes and some broccoli thing which must have been reheated. Couldn't finish the meal - probably the worst meal we have had... Risotto was just uninteristing. When the bill arrived they didn't accept creditcard after all and had to go to the bank. All in all - don't go there.
I got Food Poisoning at this dirty little restaurant. 4 of us went there but only I got poisoned. I ordered lamb but pork chops came out. I've been on the toilet for 3 days so far. I just got off an Emirates plane from Doha. The owners son started cursing me saying all sorts of fowl things. Also, the seat cushion had no buttons so the little Aluminium button was cutting into my pants.
The owner's son kindly fixed the problem bye putting a napkin on the seat. Thanks a lot. What a dump💩