Often overlooked on Hvar, Jelsa has increasing potential, and is now the only town on the island connected to the mainland by hydroplanes. It's a picturesque municipality with excellent beaches, and recently, the culinary highlight of Me and Mrs Jones. The ex Konoba Napoleon is set in the middle of the old harbour, opposite to the hydroplane seaport. In case you were curious, it named after the owners' favourite song. The restaurant is equally selective when compared to the standard menus around the Dalmatian islands. It's still based on seafood, but with some non-traditional twists in the cooking and the presentation. Think shrimp and wild boars on pasta. Of course, location is a major plus, with a view over the oldest part of Jelsa.
|Venue name:||Me and Mrs Jones|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Wed 9am-midnight, Fri-Sat noon-midnight, Sun 3.30pm-midnight|