Lari i Penati - © Antonija Butkovic/Time Out
If you enjoy high quality food served briskly in informal surroundings, then Lari i Penati (named after a pair of Roman household gods) will be the kind of place you'll find it difficult to stay away from. The only problem is its small size, with twelve high stools pressed against small tables and a street-facing window ledge. Succeed in grabbing a place and you'll be treated to a delectable and dizzyingly cheap range of sandwiches, soups-of-the-day (20kn), light main courses (a tasty fillet of fish will set you back as little as 40kn), and in-house cakes and muffins. What's on offer depends on the season and what the chefs feel like cooking that day - the menus are changed daily.