Chef-owner Senko Karuza, a Robinson Crusoe character and well-known Croatian writer, puts on a culinary performance for his fortunate few guests, who are treated to an interactive meal that can last several hours and includes discussions of the natural ingredients of Vis. Take a taxi or a boat to the remote picturesque cove of Mala Travna on the southern part of the island. You will receive food made of local and organic ingredients: freshly caught fish; home-made wine, olive oil and produce grown nearby. The menu, based on daily supplies, features the traditional dishes of Vis: smoke-cured fish soup brodettos, home-cured fish, bean stew with pasta, and fish grilled over olive-wood and vine embers. Given the unique character of the place, it is advisable to book ahead.
|Venue name:||Restoran Senko||Contact:|
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This guy may remind one of Robinson Crusoe but he has learnt how to fleece a captive audience. About €uro 40 pp for a very indifferent meal of thin soup, bony fish & pastry biscuits with rough wine. Sanitation is via a bucket for flushing - which, to be fair, he cannot improve on because of his isolated location.
The one plus is the stunning view of the cove which his terrace overlooks.
I'd love to know how he scores 5* with Time Out.
Also map location is wrong. It is situated on the south coast, 2 coves east of Stiniva.