It took some searching but we found this little restaurant tucked in a corner of the old city. There was not much of a sign other than the name and hours painted on a non-descript doorway. Food was great – a very interesting fusion of mediterranean and asian. Prawns with cashews was spicy but delicious, as was seared tuna. The least favourite item was the meatballs. Everything else was excellent. The owner served us and was friendly and warm, recommending a great local wine which he served by the glass. If you arrive early, as we did, and the restaurant is not open yet, a few steps further is a small doorway in the city wall that leads to a bar overlooking the Adriatic on the outside of the wall. A great place for an aperitif. FYI, the owner of Azur told us that he will be closed from now until April 2014, when he is re-opening with an expanded restaurant.
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