We stayed in Dubrovnik for a week, and after finding this spot, ate here 3 times in two days. Beautiful location, tucked away on a tiny, quiet little street. The tables are scattered about around the outside of the restaurant but we did eat inside once, where there are approx 4 or 5 tables in a very pleasant interior.
We stumbled across it one lunch time and decided to try it for a light lunch, the truffle pasta was gorgeous, as was my grilled fish and we decided there and then to return the same evening for dinner.
The waiters both at lunch and evening were very polite and courteous, and particularly the evening guy was very informative as to the history of the local dishes and the wine. I would thoroughly recommend this restaurant.
I would especially recommend the beef in figs and also the home made cakes..... delicious.
Pricing was very similar to most of the local restaurants, approx £8-12 for mains and £4-6 for starters/desserts, quite reasonable, we thought.
Be warned though, as with many establishments in Dubrovnik, there are plenty of steps involved in getting to it. The Old Town consists of the main street (Stradun) being effectively at the base of a steep valley where streets and alleys either side rise quite sharply.
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