Time Out says
This wine bar is as close to traditional as downtown Hvar can get: candles in old holders; ham legs hanging from the ceiling of a stone restaurant; oars everywhere; ropes, nets, goatskins and farm implements; wicker lampshades above the wooden tables and serious looking ancestors in black-and-white photo form. The menus are strapped to tools. Dry red wine from the family vineyard on the island of Sveti Klement is the main item on the menu. This is accompanied by various offerings equivalent to Croatian tapas: Pag cheese, Dalmatian pršut from Drniš; marinated anchovies, and the hard-to-get-hold-of Forska pogača (Hvar anchovy pie). Opt for figs with almonds steeped in rakija to finish.