Time Out says
The Hotel Atrium’s big ground-floor restaurant is increasingly recognized as one of the city’s prime culinary destinations. Here the traditional Dalmatian repertoire is jazzed up with an injection of modern European attitude. The kitchen sticks to a handful of top-notch dishes rather than attempting to cook up every Adriatic recipe under the sun: fishy mains are limited to fillets of sea bass served in inventive combinations of sauce and garnish, while there is at least one classic game, fowl and steak dish on the menu too. The risotto with spinach and asparagus is the perfect choice for a light and delicate lunch; while the Atrium’s take on Dalmatia’s favourite stew (pašticada) delivers satisfyingly generous portions of succulent meat.