This long-standing, family-owned fish and seafood restaurant in the heart of the Old City has a loyal local following and attracts many well-heeled tourists too. Those in the know head to the lovely hidden roof terrace to enjoy the carefully prepared seasonal Mediterranean dishes; go for the catch of the day.
The Michelin Plate: good cooking Fresh ingredients,
capably prepared: simply a good meal.
Long ago in 1886, the premises of today's Proto Restaurant were home to the only Dubrovnik-area restaurant that served fish and seafood.
Local ingredients cooked with homegrown flair make Dubrovnik a tasty destination for food lovers, as top London chef Mark Hix discovers on his first visit.
On a recent trip to Dubrovnik, I had lunch with former Croatian tourism minister Pave Zupan-Ruskovic, at the Nautika seafood restaurant, one of the best eateries in the city—and in Croatia. Overlooking a cliff- and rampart-ringed emerald cove...
WHEN I was asked this summer to lecture on a cruise along the Dalmatian coast, I accepted in a matter of minutes, having heard tales for years about its craggy beauty and captivating old cities, but I never dreamed that I would eat and drink well.