In the corner of Gundulic Square in Dubrovnik's Old Town is a fantastic Baroque staircase (similiar to the Spanish Steps in Rome) which lead to another small square dominated by the Jesuit church of St Ignatius. On the other side of this square is Restaurant Kopun, probably the best restaurant in Dubrovnik. It takes its name and its signature dish from the Capon (Kopun) described in the famous Pomet Monologue in the Croatian Renaissance comedy 'Uncle Maroje' by the 16th century playwright Marin Drzic. It is cooked with orange, honey and grapes and is simply sublime. The owners have reinvented several old Croatian recipes for modern day diners with great success. We loved it so much we went three times during our five night stay. We also enjoyed the shrimp pasta with truffle cream and the crispy but tender fried calamari. Everything we had was beautifully presented and the cost was reasonable. We ate inside as it was March, but I would imagine in the summer when the tables are laid in the little square in front of the church (and I understand there is often live music then), the atmosphere would be quite magical. Highly recommended.