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Located 10km out of Dubrovnik at the source of the Ombla river, the shed-like structure that houses Bistro Izvor is unsigned, unheralded, and already something of a local cult. You can find it by heading down an unmarked lane on the west side of the Ombla bridge. Despite the back-of-beyond location the interior oozes urban chic, with matt greys and sepia photos overlooking a huddle of tables. However the real highlight is the gazebo-like terrace (reached by steps a few metres away), right beside the weir where the waters of the Ombla take a tumble. Fare ranges from pulled pork bruschettas (45kn) and gourmet burgers (92kn) to rolled sea bass with prosciutto and shrimps (140kn) and stuffed “umbuo” (part-cured pork loin; 160kn). With Pan pivo on draught and craft beers in bottles, it’s a good, if not to say unique, place to relax with a drink.