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Fig on Hvar – Worth Finding



Worked up an appetite after checking out the sights in Hvar? Check out Fig…

Whilst not the easiest place to find, you’ll love it once you get there. Located on a charming side street of downtown Hvar, Fig is a relaxed and fun place to get some great food and interesting drinks. Fig restaurant in Hvar has proven popular since opening last year and is currently rated number 2 on TripAdvisor.

“We are a different type of restaurant focusing on vegetarian cuisine and incorporating local produce into new and interesting dishes,” Fig co-owner and chef Geoff Bratton tells us.

“After opening our hostel in 2013 (Earthers Hostel), we saw a need for “something a little different” – our tagline- and decided to open a restaurant last year. With my long experience as a yacht chef and my business partner’s years in some of the best bars in Melbourne we thought we could make a special place where people could come and enjoy the best of what Hvar has to offer,” he adds.

(photo credit: Casey Vail)

(photo credit: Casey Vail)

The menu includes such things as Fig & Ricotta flatbread, Tomato & Onion Jam flatbread, Strawberry, Balsamic Glaze & Mache salad, Honey Roasted Root Vegetables with Hummus, Watermelon, Prosciutto, Red Onion & Feta Salad and more.

(photo credit: Casey Vail)

(photo credit: Casey Vail)

Fig is open everyday from 9 am to 11 pm and is located, from the main square and facing St Stephens church, 20 meters down a little alleyway between restaurants Mizzarola and Ex Rocco. Look out for the logo at the end of the alleyway.

(photo credit: Casey Vail)

(photo credit: Casey Vail)

You can check out Fig’s website here.

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