Time Out says
Don’t be put off by the 1970s exterior or the steep flight of steps leading up to this first-floor location. This is easily the best restaurant in Vrsar. The large terrace has a wonderful view out over the harbour. Inside there are two dining areas. The smaller room has an open fireplace – employed in the cooking of some dishes – wooden beams and rustic walls. The second space is rather more formal, with sliding glass doors that open out onto the terrace in summer. The high quality of both the food and the service is happily accompanied by reasonable prices, some 200kn for an average meal. Unsurprisingly, the menu majors on fresh fish and seafood – house specialities include squid with polenta, grilled monkfish and lobster.