This restaurant is in a great location and has a vegetarian section on the menu, which is rare in Croatia! All the vegetarian dishes can be made vegan. The owner is a German woman and I think she used to be vegetarian and will understand when you tell her to make things vegan
There are 3 vegetarian choices (lentil w/rice, chickpea balls, & vegetarian burger) These entrees were average (nothing to write home about) A few of the bruschettas can be made without cheese. We didn't try any of the salads.
We ordered the lentils and chickpea balls. The dishes were not great (average) but in Croatia, beggars can't be choosers :) When options are limited, and you are hungry, the dishes are good.
The first dish was just boiled lentils with light seasoning over white rice. The second dish we tried were the chickpea balls. It was essentially 3 small falafel balls. The falafals were decenty, not greasy but had a nice taste of lemon. With falafal entree, instead of the yogurt sauce that came with it, we asked them to make a vegan dip. She provided olive oil with some garlic in it that was good. We love olive oil.
We also had the tomato bruschetta, and it was good. We ordered 2 vegetable soup that were OK. It tasted like salted broth with small bits of vegetables.
Overall, this is a good restaurant in a good location with a nice host in a pleasant outdoor atmosphere. It has outside seating and located in a charming small street.
It is good to try when you are in Korcula. It doesn't have the most delicious vegan dishes but for Korcula, it is good!
The other restaurant that we liked better (for the food) was Alterina (the old U Maje i Tonke) which has good soup and good Croatian tea!Pros: Veg menu, Nice Area, Outdoor seating
Cons: Average Entrees