Fish Restaurant Proto has gained the status of a cult fish restaurant among...
Fit for a sea king, Proto's ever-changing menu depends on the catch of the day....
An old-fashioned and romantic establishment that dates back to 1886. The best tables are on a leafy first-floor covered terrace, plus there's a ground-floor dining room and tables on the street out front. It is widely regarded as the best fish restaurant in Dubrovnik, and specialises in classy Dalmatian seafood. You can indulge in fresh oysters from Ston, škampi na buzaru (shrimps in garlic, white wine and parsley) and whole fresh fish, served filleted. Recent illustrious customers include US film director Francis Ford Coppola and NBA legend Michael Jordan.
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.
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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.
I'm always gratified when I see our wines win medals. Congratulations to all winemakers on their success, I expect even more samples and, by all means, more medals next year. Winemakers will get their results in about 10 days time and I am also very eager to receive all relevant information.