Croatia is not known for it’s food, but Hvar is spoilt for choice. While Dalmatino seems to be everyone’s favourite, DiVino gave it a run for its money. For one, DiVino’s location, setting and view is much better than Dalmatino. Here you can really enjoy the sunset, with breathtaking views of the Pakleni Islands and the sea. Their terrace is large and comfortable but inside is nice too if it gets a little chilly.
This really is the place to have sea food. While some say the food is a bit pricey here, I was not disappointed with the excellent (and massive) tuna steak I had. It was perfectly cooked, still quite raw in the middle and unbelievably fresh. They served it with humus and swiss chard, so it was light but still filling. The prawn risotto was also delicious, and beautifully presented (like all the food I saw come past).
This is a very romantic spot, and a great date place. While it’s very close to Carpe Diem Lounge Bar, it’s a far cry from the noisier and more touristy dinner spots along the marina. Their wine list was also excellent. Annoyingly I can’t remember what the red wine was we drank here and enjoyed so much (and then asked for at every other restaurant we ate), but it was a local Croatian wine (which are surprisingly good).
If you’re looking for a break from partying at Hula Hula and Carpe Diem, then DiVino is the place to come to for a more sophisticated, refined evening.
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