Food and drink
A popular appetizer is the Dubrovnik Platter – slices of Paški sir (sheep’s cheese from the island of Pag), pršut (prosciutto) and marinated octopus with a handful of olives. Main courses include pasta dishes, grilled sea bass, grilled squid and tender steaks. For dessert, they do a yummy apple and walnut strudel.
The house specialities are prawns in honey and sage, and ‘crazy pasta’ (green tagliatelle topped with delicious seafood and cheese).
With its stone terrace, backed by dense Mediterranean planting, and sublime sea views, Levanat is as much about the setting as it about the food. Southwest facing, it also gets magnificent sunsets. There’s a café section too, so it’s possible to come here just for coffee or a drink.
The waiters are friendly and polite but service can be slow when it gets busy - sit back, enjoy the view and remember you’re on holiday.
It's in a wonderful waterside location, a 10-minute walk from Lapad’s main beach. The [node:171303] lies just five minutes along the coast, while [node:170998] is visible across the bay.
Expect to pay around 500 kuna for a two-course meal for two people, with wine.
Tables to book
Try to book a table on the terrace directly above the shoreline.
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- Sporty types
- Escaping the crowds
- Great views / scenery