This is an old-fashioned romantic restaurant dating back to 1880. The best tables are located on the tree-lined ground floor covered terrace, while there is a ground floor dining room and outdoor tables on the street in front. It is considered by many to be the best fish restaurant in Dubrovnik, specialising in excellent Dalmatian seafood. You can enjoy fresh oysters from Ston, škampi na buzaru and whole fresh fish fillets. Many famous people also like to dine here, and you might even meet one of them.

Located just a few steps from the cathedral, this restaurant is a favourite with the little ones; the industrial chic atmosphere – with its vertical gardens and concrete walls – appeals to the more forward-thinking sectors of Sevillian society. The specialities here are grilled meats such as leg of lamb and loin of pork, but there is also plenty for fish lovers, such as grilled sardines and razor clams with lime and coriander aioli. A short but selective list of sherries includes the refreshing Papirusa manzanilla, while Tetas de la Sacristana is a new generation of Andalusian reds, a soft and elegant Tempranillo from the eastern Alpujarras. Perfect for young people to get together and chat.