Food and drink
The menu changes with the seasons, offering a slightly more refined choice than many Dubrovnik restaurants. Traditional local ingredients such as seafood, beans and vegetables are prepared with imagination and flair to produce some delicious and subtle surprises. Expect goodies such as fresh figs with pršut (Dalmatian prosciutto), tagliatelle with truffles, tuna carpaccio, steak with truffles, and lemon soufflé. They also have a fine selection of local wines, with many available by the glass, which is a plus.
Try anything with truffles (which come from Istria in north Croatia), plus one of Marina’s colourful salads.
In summer, you’ll sit outside on a very romantic vine-covered loggia on the first floor. In winter, the little ground floor dining room comes into use – a barrel-vaulted space with wood panelling, framed prints and bentwood chairs. There is a nice bohemian ambience, very conducive to drinking lots of red wine. It’s popular with local academics, students and visitors in the know. Miško’s golden labrador will greet you when you arrive, adding a homely welcome.
The staff are welcoming and the service amiable if a bit slow. But then, what’s the hurry?
A 10-minute walk from Pile Gate, it's in a narrow side street off the main road, Branitelja Dubrovnika, close to the [node:120984].
Expect to pay around 700 kuna for a three-course meal for two people, with wine.