Over 100 years of healthy dining

For over a hundred years the Palmižana restaurant has been famous for serving fresh and healthy sea delicacies. Nearly every yachtie sailing the Southern Adriatic comes back to enjoy the specialities of local cuisine and fine Island wines at the Meneghello restaurants on Palmižana with their stunning settings looking over the bay.

Palmižana Meneghello and Toto’s Beach Restaurant continue the rich traditions of taste, quality and aesthetics which their ancestors imprinted in them…


New York Times, Sweet music in the sun of Croatia
by Josip Novakovich
"My kids were wild about the Palmižana beach, which is sandy and shallow and lined with caves where you can shun the sun and play hide-and-seek. For dinner, we walked up a hill through a palm grove to the Meneghello Place restaurant, which has an art gallery and on Sunday holds recitals by teachers from the Upbeat music school. Bartok's ''Mosquito Dance,'' performed spiritedly by two violinists, Standly Dodds of the Berlin Philharmonic and Asja Kouchner of the Bolshoi Theater Orchestra, tickled my senses and made me ravenous."


The Irish Times Magazine, The Cost Clear
by Hugh Linehan
"The Meneghello terrace restaurant starts buzzing around seven every evening, as yachter types from the marina on the other side of the island start arriving to sample fantastic gregada (seafood stew cooked on an open fire), chicken grilled with the rosemary that covers Palmižana, or fish caught that afternoon by Eugen-Toto. Five-gallon flagons of homemade herb liquor are plonked on all tables after dinner, a dangerous practice. As always seems to happen, our five lazy days on Palmižana feel like two."


Private Air, Temples of Taste
by Rory Ross
"If you come over all puckish while yachting off Croatia this summer steer towards Pamižana for a glimpse of gastronomic heaven…Every morning Dagmar son Đenko sails to Vis for fish and seafood, which is served at the beautiful beachside terrace restaurant. This is evocative of the 1960’s St Tropez, with collared napery, driftwood sculptures and paintings donated by visiting artist. Don’t miss the sublime shellfish risotto, sea truffles, buzzaras, spaghettadas, lesicadas and red and white bordettos."