We took the waiter’s (owner?) recommendations for our main courses – a squid stew and a tagliatelli with prawns. They went well together and we shared them. Both were very good and tasty, as indeed were the tomatoes stuffed with anchovy starter we shared. The wine we had was OK, but was not expensive and we got what we paid for. Whilst there was a wine list there did not appear to be any wine on the premises and this was brought from somewhere nearby – we suspect a bar with the same ownership. This was the cheapest of the three dinners we had in Dubrovnik (under 500 kuna – just over £50 – for a shared starter, two main courses, coffee, a bottle of wine and two small bottles of water) - we thought it good value.
Two things to be aware of if you want to pay by card. Firstly (and for no obvious reason) coffee had to be paid for in cash. Secondly, (at least on the evening we went there) there was no credit card machine in the restaurant and the waiter asked to take the card away (presumably to where the wine came from) and to tell him the PIN number. I have no reason to think his intentions were other than honourable, but you may not want to take the risk.