At this point, we sound like a broken record, but once again, trust us when we say you should at least once try restaurants with an authentic Dalmatian dish. And even the name of this restaurant gives away the fact that it is tailor-made for the locals. Konoba Fetivi literally means ‘local’s restaurant’.
Fetivi is a word in Split for a local, a person who has lived somewhere for a long time, and who was born in a certain place. Plus, konoba is an old Dalmatian word for a restaurant that leans on the traditional side. Meaning, if you’re looking to eat in a Konoba, that means fish, prosciutto, all kinds of seafood, and good wine will be served. The design is usually all heavy wood: chairs and tables are sturdy and don’t look all that polished.
And Konoba Fetivi is all of the things above. One more important thing – it’s put in Michelin guide. A local, family owned and run restaurant – with all the makings of the old-fashioned Konoba. If you’re looking for good, tasty, hearty, and traditional food, with large portions, then Fetivi is the place for you!
They serve all the aforementioned traditional meals; all kinds of seafood and fish, black risotto, grilled meat… At Konoba Fetivi you really can find all kinds of traditional Dalmatian cuisine. As it is located in the Old Town, among the first houses built by old Split families, the authenticity cannot be more in the swing than it is. You can literally feel the history surrounding this place!
In any case, Konoba Fetivi is the place to go if you’re hoping to dine like the locals!