Time Out says
One of the fine-dining addresses that more than deserves its Michelin-listed status, Dubrovnik spoils you with attention right from the start, with a guest greeter at the bottom of the stairs, a maître d waiting for you at the top, and a qualified sommelier as well as your regular waiter. Fortunately, this is more than just fancy-restaurant theatre; the food here is genuinely show-stopping. The menu is classic-European with Adriatic leanings: signature mains stick to solid choices such as sea bass, steak and duck; while an armoury of the creative invention is brought to bear on presentation and accompanying flavours. The extraordinary pork steak with pate de fois gras encased in cocoa is a typical example of their approach; an extraordinary combination that fully justifies the 230Kn layout. They also go to town on creative desserts, with a perfectly judged, not-too-sweet fig pastry among the treats on offer. It’s a restaurant that’s expensive but fair: our meal was preceded by an extraordinary amuse-bouche followed by bread and olive oil, none of which were charged as a cover. It’s a relaxing, indulgent experience all round; seating is on a covered roof terrace, music is an unobtrusive mix of jazz, chanson and stylish light pop.