We sought out this restaurant at the advice of a friend. The narrow alleys of Dubrovnik don't make it easy, but with a little time and tenacity, we found it. And it was worth every cobblestone we passed. It is owned by two sisters who lived in the building before it was bombed by Serbia and Montenegro. They recently returned to their childhood home and have turned it into something very special. We ate a home cooked meal of fresh fish and other Croatian specialties. We basically left the menu selection up to them and they did not disappoint. It was a very special evening with a very special meal in a very special city. Make the effort to find it. It is close to the center of town so you are never far away from your room. The Muratti Art Gallery is actually better marked than the restaurant. They are one in the same.