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Reviewed 20 October 2023 via mobile

Well, we dropped by during island sightyeing, so it's necessary to reserve and pre-order one day earlier because they had "peka" ( baked fish or meat or octopus under bell). They also offer ride from your destination to the object and back...so we order octopus...peka for next day and taste fish starter and domestic wine. Food was delicious, they serve domestic bread and everything was very tasteful altought glass of wine was pretty expensiveMore

Date of visit: October 2023
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Reviewed 21 September 2023

we went from vis marine to that restaurant. service was slow. we ordered 2 x ocopus + 6x veal 'izpod peke' 2 botles of wine 5 x jus + 3 x water = 364€. also what is charged is preparation of table 5€/person which is...rediculus. absolutelly overrated total service, no salat, no desert no coffe.More

Date of visit: September 2023
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Reviewed 19 September 2023 via mobile

Unbelievable experience. One must make a reservation and decide what they want prior to going. One of their vans will pick you up Komica and it’s about a 30 minute ride up the mountain. Their specialty is Peka which they explain the 2 hour process.... It’s amazing. There is also a winery on site. Our group had the monk fish and the veal. It was the best meal we had on our 12 day sailing trip thru the Dalmatian islands.More

Date of visit: September 2023
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Reviewed 13 September 2023 via mobile

Good flavour but lamb peka was mostly bone if u ask me. Mostly filled up on potatoes. Poor customer service. Don’t recommend.

Date of visit: September 2023
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Reviewed 12 September 2023

The food was excellent, unfortunately the waiter misunderstood our question about the wine. When we questioned the bill politely, his reaction was rude and resulted in an unsatisfactory ending for my group. Would recommend being very clear with questions and asking to see prices before...ordering anything to avoid this. Or don’t go at all, not value for money.More

Date of visit: September 2023
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Reviewed 28 August 2023 via mobile

Super friendly reminder place. Booked in advance for the resturant as required and easiest way is using WhatsApp. Pre order a delicious monkfish Peka. On arrival we were show the peka cooking and then enjoyed wine tasting in the restaurant before having our food. Best...wine is the Plavac Mali. But the Bugava was a great combo with the fish. Throughly enjoyable afternoon and very reasonable in price. We bought bottles of the Plavac Mail to take home. A must visit if you like food and wine. But need to book of you want to eat in the restaurant.More

Date of visit: August 2023
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Reviewed 28 August 2023 via mobile

Traditional Croatian food cooked in steel pots over hours so you need to book ahead and let them know if you want meat, fish or octopus. We had the octopus and it was divine. One of my sons didn’t want to try as he thought...it would be chewy and it wasn’t at all. It’s soft and delicious as is the savoury rice, vegetables, homemade bread and incredible wines made on property from their vineyard. We also did wine tasting and a tour. Friendly professional service and the decor is beautifully country chic and tasteful. If you’re visiting Vis - this is a must!More

Date of visit: August 2023
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Reviewed 12 August 2023 via mobile

We opted for the place upon recommendations of our friends. We had peka with fish. It consisted fish, which was good, with some potatoes, onions, carrots and overcooked rice that spoiled the whole meal. Wine was good and the service was friendly. I was not...disappointed, but was expecting more.More

Date of visit: August 2023
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Reviewed 6 July 2023

Fantastic restaurant with amazing food, wine and staff. Best octopus with potatoes (peka) in the world.

Date of visit: July 2023
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Reviewed 5 July 2023

The best place for dinner on the island of Vis. Superb wine, excellent service and delicious food. Highly recommend!

Date of visit: July 2023
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Reviewed 27 September 2022 via mobile

We were promised melt in the mouth lamb, and that is what we received, We enjoyed every last bit. Certainly recommend a visit, but you need to book ahead and tell them what you want to eat as it takes hours to cook under the...Bell with the charcoal on top.More

Date of visit: September 2022
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Reviewed 25 September 2022

I reflect many other reviewers in being underwhelmed by the meals. We were picked up from Vis and a scenic if not dangerous passing road up to the mountains. We were offered an appetiser and only had meat or fish choice. We chose the fish...but only one of us could eat it and we left half. They immediately brought the peka but it was pretty well cold. We mentioned this and the waitress just shrugged. The worst part was the taste was very ordinary as well. Added to this you don’t get a menu so you have no idea of the cost of wine or food or transport. It ended up being a very expensive meal which we only half ate due to coldness and being unappetising. Very disappointingMore

Date of visit: September 2022
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Reviewed 24 August 2022

We went to Roki's, a restaurant and winery on Vis known for its Peka, You have to order the Peka in advance because it takes several hours of slow cooking to make. They have a vineyard on site and we anticipated a fine dining experience....To say that the experience was disappointing is an understatement. They sent a driver to pick us up in Vis town, and he arrived right on time. After driving us to the restaurant, we were seated and immediately told that our Peka was ready to be served, but then the waitress asked if would we like a soup, salad or anything to start with? (in other words, I inquired, would we like an appetizer while our meal, which we were just told was hot and "ready-to-eat" got cold? She responded affirmatively). We were not offered a glass of wine or even a chance to unwind or to see the vineyard before having a platter of Peka slapped down in front of us to chow down the moment we stepped out of the car. The Peka, which I had twice before - once on the island of Hvar and once outside of Omis, Croatia, was not bad but not great either. But the service and the experience was outright terrible! My wife asked about the wine and the waitress informed us that Roiki's was famous for its wine - really? Funny then that we were the ones who had to bring it up - I passed on the wine and we ate our Peka and requested the check. The waitress said that I had to come inside because I was using a credit card. Once inside, she asked me to slide the card into the card reader, at which time a credit card receipt was printed and she asked me to sign it. In other words, rather than simply taking my card herself and bringing me the receipt to sign, I had to go inside with her to save her a trip back to my table. Terrible service, mediocre food, and an overall disappointing experience. This is not fine dining. I recommend that you stay away from this establishment when visiting the enchanting and beautiful Island of Vis. There is nothing enchanting about Roki's.More

Date of visit: August 2022
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Reviewed 20 August 2022 via mobile

Perfect food, ambient and so kind waitress. We ate baked octopus with potatoes, vegetables and rice and for a drink - house white wine named Maraština. Also we took chocolate cake with cherries. I highly reccomend!

Date of visit: August 2022
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Reviewed 9 August 2022

Wasn't sure exactly what to expect, as there is very little information about the 'experience' on offer on their website/reviews. I had seen that you needed to book well in advance, so I tried to do this about two weeks before our visit. I was...nearly laughed at over the phone and told to call back on the morning of our visit. Luckily, on the morning of our visit, they did have availability. I asked about the shuttle service, and they said they would pick us up from outside the police station in Kut, which was very close to where we were staying. They asked what time, and I said 6, thinking that after a tour of the winery/tasting, we would then be ready for food. When we arrived (takes about 15 minutes to get there from Kut), we were greeted by a lady who spend about 2 minutes explaining how their food is cooked in the tradtional way in a metal 'bell'. We were then escorted over to the winery, where we spent about 4/5 minutes max with the hostess who explained about how the winery came to be. It felt very rushed and impersonal, and there was no offer to taste the wine (which we would have been happy paying for). It was not what I was expecting at all, having visited several wineries in the past. The staff were friendly enough, but it felt like we were being sent on a conveyor belt as quickly as possible. We were then sat at our table outside. The next part is not their fault and is not a reflection of my review score. The lighting started, and got closer and closer. All of the tables were set up for the evenings guests - but the staff did not look phased at all, and I thought, they must be so used to this, and must know that it won't actually rain, so did nothing... and then it did rain, and all hell broke loose. We were moved into a small indoor area, along with another couple of groups who were dining at the time. The indoor space was quite hot, with no AC, but we understood that it was an outside restaurant and they were not set up for offering indoor dining. Our peka was served - we went for Octopus, to keep traditional. It was tasty and served with more potatoes and rice than we could eat. We had a few glasses of the white wine. We tried both the lighter and darker. I preferred the Bugava, which I think is the darker of the two. The bill we were given was wrong, and one of the glasses of wine was charged as a full bottle. Our waitress was apologetic about this and I think it was a genuine mistake, but perhaps check your bill. I also noticed an item on the bull 'SIR KG' charged at a quantity of 0.1. Now, as far as I knew, service is never included in the bill in Croatia, but as this was charged at '0.1 quality', I assumed that this was a 10% service charge. But as we left, our waitress escorted us out and I thought that she looked disappointed/confused about not getting a tip (which we would have done, if I hadn't thought that it had been included in the bill). I now think that this was not the service charge, but I still don't know what it would have been. I have not seen 'SIR KG' on any of our other bills. Perhaps in future, these items which are not self-explanatory, should be explained to customers. I also noticed that there was a 130kuna charge for the shuttle service. Now, this is fine, and is probably a lot cheaper than a taxi - but it is something that guests should be made aware of. You can't offer a shuttle as if it is free, and then charge for it. Overall it was a nice experience and felt like an evening spent in a traditional style, family run winery, which is what we wanted. But comparing it to other wineries we have visited, it was a bit of a let down. I have a feeling it is run by older members of the winery family who are not keen on making any changes to give guests a better experience, only getting them in and out, with the least amount of work possible. Also, they do take card payment. Along with a lot of places on the island, they will say cash if you ask - for obvious reasons.More

Date of visit: July 2022
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