On an exclusive and hidden terrace in the center of Dubrovnik likes Restoran Dubrovnik, one of the city’s best choices for modern, homemade Dalmatian cuisine. Marko, the chef, has orchestrated a multi-course offering, in a beautiful but casual atmosphere, for those interested in the cooking that originated from this area hundreds of years ago. With Mediterranean influences and ingredients sourced from Croatia’s rich waters, this is the place to choose for a consistently fantastic meal.
Restoran Dubrovnik is decorated in white and red, two colors found in the Croatian flag. The airy terrace is lit-up with candles, white table clothes dressed in the best of ways with silver cutlery. Waiters in suits and uniform dance about decanting bottles of local Pelješac wine (delicious), and deboning fish caught in the turquoise waters nearby.
For dinner, I suggest leaving it to your server’s suggestions. Specials change daily and will include treasures from both the land and water. As a guest at Restoran Dubrovnik, you’re family – and that shows in every detail.