East of Old Town’s main square, this small seafood restaurant is located on the first floor of a Gothic-Renaissance house dating from the 15th century. The stoned-walled dining room has a high arched ceiling and communal wood tables facing the open kitchen, where chefs prepare grilled lobster and octopus, as well as Dalmatian specialties like pašticada—beef stewed in red wine with plums and herbs. The wine list includes several local selections, such as Pošip, a dry white varietal produced in the nearby village of Čara and typically served with fish. During warmer months, an open-air terrace provides additional seating.
Before dinner, visit the neighboring Kuća Marka Pola, the disputed birthplace of Marco Polo. The house contains a small exhibit and a tower overlooking the Strait of Pelješac.
AmenitiesOpen / Closes
- Family Style
- Open Kitchen/Watch the Chef
Cuisine Type:: Eastern European