Konoba Pipo, Uvala Luka, Brac
On the shore of Uvala Luka the Konobo Pipo offers excellent (if basic) local fare, particularly lamb cooked over an open fire. While it might be considered to be on the expensive side it is worth every penny with all ingredients being fresh (and presumably) local. Food is served in the open under a ceiling of vines in sight of the hearth where much of the food is cooked and surrounded by both vines and herb gardens. with distant sounds of the bells of the local sheep tinkling as they wander the shores of Uvala Luka.
There are also rooms to rent, toilets (accessible to those who have paid a mooring fee on a buoy or at the jetty). The fixed concrete jetty in front of the restaurant offers moorings for 5-8 boats with water, but no power.
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Saturday, 1 May 2010