Gourmet journey by the famous red book
“Having a meal in a restaurant recommended by the famous red book – the Michelin guide is no casual dining experience“
No bad days are allowed in these prestigious facilities, not even if the head chef is not around. The inspiration behind every dish, the artistry of preparation, the pure enjoyment of seeing the satisfaction on your guests’ faces are taken to a whole different level mere mortal by its kitchen stove can’t even begin to comprehend. Discover the Dubrovnik’s celebrated Michelin guide-recommended scene from its award-winning wines to its reinvented traditional foods.
Restaurant Proto’s menu is a culinary fairytale told by generations and generations of Dubrovnik’s families. Wide-ranging and diverse, made with hand-picked ingredients and keeping in mind that familiar flavor which throughout the centuries thrilled same nobles and commoners, the food here is proof that classic dishes are truly timeless.
Gourmet restaurant with a world-class menu, Nautica takes you on a dining journey down the Adriatic coastline studied down to the smallest detail. Authenticity and storytelling are key to the signature dishes of its remarkable and innovative chef Mario Bunda. It’s no surprise his mouth-watering creations are often the highlight of the visit of many of Dubrovnik’s guests.
Imagine yourself dining in a 15th-century aristocrat palace. Everything here – from refined architectural ornaments down to a breathtaking view of the Old City’s bright red rooftops, oozes luxury and prestige. The food is, expectedly, no different – exceptional and reminiscent of times when wine poured in the fountains and dishes were served on gold plated plates.
Being among the top five best restaurants in Dubrovnik is hardly a satisfaction for this team of culinary enthusiasts which with each season manages to raise the gourmet bar in our town higher and higher. Elegant ambiance, the lingering scent of citrus blossom, exquisite service, and of course Mediterranean-inspired dishes which speak a thousand languages… or simply put in two words – Restaurant Dubrovnik.
A genuinely relaxed and friendly alfresco restaurant, Zuzori sits on a centuries-old stone-paved city center street that was named after the most celebrated Dubrovnik Renaissance beauty – Cvijeta Zuzorić. Its menu is truly a grandiose ode to the fruits of the Adriatic Sea with a thrilling approach of talented and highly-skilled chef Pasko Kapetanić.