I don't write reviews often but having used Trip Advisor to find a decent restaurant in Dubrovnik, I feel compelled to add to the glowing reports this restaurant has received already.
We were greeted warmly by the waiting staff who were attentive without being pushy. To start with the homemade bread was very good, not like the dry stuff a lot of restaurants hand out, plus there was no limit, we had two full baskets between my girlfriend and I. Everything on the menu looked amazing, we decided to share a falafel salad as we'd already spied the chocolate soufflé on the desert menu, but to be honest there was plenty on the plate for two servings anyway. The salad was fresh and full of herbs that had been picked from the wall mounted hanging baskets we were sitting next to. Then for main I had a beautifully cooked fillet of sea bass, presented well with fresh mussels and king prawns, shredded carrot and courgette on a bed of polenta. I don't see the point in polenta myself but that's my problem, not the restaurants - the meal itself was was stunning.
The chocolate soufflé was definitely worth saving room for and this was accompanied by some complementary homemade desert wine which was a great end to a lovely meal.
Having enjoyed some ordinary food in the old town it was great to have some food that had had some thought put into the process and presentation. The old town isn't expensive by British standards, but this was even more reasonably priced and to my mind much better quality. I would definitely recommend anyone staying in Dubrovnik venturing out that little bit further (10 mins bus, that's all) to find Gruz. We've had our two best meals at restaurants in this town with Anfora definitely the jewel in the crown for me.