We are often asked by guests to make recommendations on where to eat. Guide books can be useful but often the author of the guide hasn’t spent as long living in a destination as the JayWay Travel destination experts have. This, the first in a series of favorites posts, shares our favorite restaurants in Dubrovnik. Where possible we’ve provided web links to help you find more information about each of the places.
- PROTO, Siroka 1 – Old Town
The best fish restaurant in Dubrovnik/established in 1886. Among its famous patrons the restaurant boasts Edward VIII, king of England, and Mrs. Simpson. A fine dining makeover has sealed Proto’s place atop our list.
- DUNDO MAROJE, Kovacka bb,Old Town
Konoba Dundo Maroje is a tiny restaurant down one of the narrow streets leading north from the main street Stradun.
- POSAT, Posat, Pile Gate /just outside of Old Town
One of the most beautiful views of Dubrovnik’s city walls with a wide menu of sea food and grilled meat.
- LOKANDA, Peskarija, Old Town
Fish restaurant, situated under the city walls, with a great view of Dubrovnik Port
- KAMENICE, Gunduliceva Poljana 8
Fresh sea food, and their speciality is fresh oysters (kamenice is Croatian for oysters, literally!), all at very fair prices. Kamenice’s not
- PIZZERIA MEA CULPA, Za Rokom, Old Town
The best pizzeria in Dubrovnik, in our considered opinion. Situated in one of small streets. Big choice of pizza and salads.
- SPAGHETTERIA TONI, N. Bozidarevica 14
Italian restaurant with a huge choice of pastas, lasagnes and salads
- BUZA BAR
On the City Walls, at the southern side of the City. Bar on the cliffs in the south of the city with a breathtaking vista. Not much food on offer but you’ll want to go for the view.
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