The setting is right on Komiza's harbor. Their seafood is known to be excellent quality judging by the dinner crowds. Be sure to make dinner reservations. I tried to go for lunch but by September they were only serving dinner. Get there early so as to watch evening settle over Komiza and be lulled by the waves at your feet. I had dinner here twice while in Komiza.
Favorite Dish: The octopus in red wine, the salted sardines, the scorpino and dorado. But the best dish i had was the spaghetti de frutti de mare - angel hair hair pasta with a variety of seafood. Simply prepared and tossed with fresh olive oil.
My host had arranged a meal with Senko, a Slow Food member, in a cove located about an hour away from Komiza, by moped. After an hour and half hike I arrived only to discover Senko had taken his boat to Komiza's harbour because of rough seas. His next door neighbor also runs an Slow Food establishment - food that he and his wife produce and prepare. Situated on a rugged cove, with frothing sea - they opened their home to me, even though the season was over. The prust, the anchovies, the olives, the tomatoes, the wine, the bread, the spirits - all excellent. When leaving he pointed to a path that shortened my hike back to my moped to about 45 minutes. There also house and apartments to rent on this cove if you like.
Favorite Dish: Everything.
KeKe is our every morning place for cappuccino and other coffee drinks and juices.
It's outdoor table are in the square on the harbor.
It has a bakery next door to grab a morning pastry and sit and watch life.
The young and lively staff are fun and professional.
The Owners Bepo & Seka Fiamengo take pride in their establishment and it shows.
Favorite Dish: Depending on the time of day.
Mornings coffee drinks and juices.
Afternoon aperitif's and soft drinks
Evening and Late Night - wine, beer or a cocktail.
Bako sits on the water. You can eat out of doors to the lapping of the sea and the lights of the town and the harbor, which is our favorite. You can also eat indoors which is a stone dining area, a bar and a small gotto with live sea creatures and amphora.
The seafood is delicious, varied and incredibly fresh. For those that do not care for seafood, the meat and pasta dishes are also the best.
The Owners are charming and the service is excellent. The ambience, service, food and beverages are wonderful. This is our favorite place for dinner or a late night cheese & proscuit plate with a bollte of local wine.
Favorite Dish: My favorite entre would have to be the local lobster or the carpina ( a local fish with incredible flavor).
The steak is also delicious served with fries you will not be disappointed.
There are other good local restaurants but this is most certainly our favorite.
I have loved every meal I have had there.