Before we arrived in Dubrovnik we rang up to book a table but when we arrived it turned out there was a new branch that had just opened under Hotel Lero nearer to the Lapad area of the city. This was much nearer to our apartment so we chose to eat here instead and transfer our booking. We ate here twice. On the first night it was a Saturday and there was live traditional music being played in the corner of the restaurant, which was nice, though my partner found it a little loud at times. My partner had the deep fried dough balls with cheese for starter – there were 6 very large balls but very little cheese and it was quite big for a starter. I had spinach pie, which was lovely but filled a dinner plate! For main he had the Bosnian pot, which normally you need to give 24 hours’ notice for but they advised they had some in stock. He said the vegetables were melt in the mouth but the meat had not been cooked as long as there was still a lot of fat on it (whereas if it was cooked for hours & hours it should have melted) and there wasn’t that much meat, which was disappointing. I had the vegetarian aubergine dish which was really lovely & full of flavour. It was more of a starter size, so I was fine after my huge pie but if I hadn’t had a starter then I would recommend you order a side to go with it. We both managed to squeeze in a baklava for pudding which is not as sweet as the Greek version but that isn’t a bad thing! On the second visit we both had pie (one meat and one cheese) followed by kebab (one half and half and one veg). The meat kebab came with jacket potato and the veg one with rice and it was lovely and very filling, so much so that I wasn’t able to sample another pudding :o( The service was good with all the staff being polite and friendly & we would go back if we were in Dubrovnik.
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