Food and drink
The menu features an extensive selection of thin-based pizzas, freshly baked in a brick oven and served on round wooden boards. They also do a modest choice of pasta dishes and salads, plus house wine by the carafe and draught beer. Portions are generous to say the least.
My favourite is the margherita topped with slane srdele (salted sardines, similar to anchovies).
It's informal and fun, on a pedestrian-only paved street in the Old Town, lined with tables shaded by white awnings and parasols - it does get very busy in summer so you may have to queue for a table. On chilly winter evenings, you can sit inside - it’s a bit cramped and noisy, but cosy enough with a wooden bar, Tiffany lamps and candles in green bottles with wax dripping down the sides.
The staff are friendly but service can get a little chaotic when they are overworked.
It's in Široka, on a peaceful paved street running parallel to Placa, close to the [node:171211], in Dubrovnik’s medieval Old Town.
A pizza and a drink should not set you back more than 70 kuna per person.
- Backpackers / Students
- Culture vultures
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- People watching