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Dubrovnik

Restaurants around Ancient City Walls

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Buffet Skola

Buffets   0.01 miles from Ancient City Walls 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Sandwiches are all that are done here, but they’re exceptionally good ones—thick slabs of freshly baked bread filled with either local sir (cheese) or pršut (prosciutto) or both. — Frommer's

For a quick bite between sightseeing spots, you can’t do better. — Lonely Planet

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Nishta

  0.02 miles from Ancient City Walls 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Specializing in vegetarian and vegan fare, this playful eatery on Prijeko street has just a dozen tables and is deservedly popular. — Fodor's

Vegetarians and vegans visiting Dubrovnik will be delighted to find Nishta, a cozy hole in the wall restaurant decorated with funky colors, cartoon animals, and fresh flowers. — Afar Magazine

A real find amid the touristy restaurants that line Prijeko, Nishta is an informal and well-run eatery, specializing in vegetarian and vegan dishes. — Frommer's

A casual enjoyable vegetarian restaurant. — Lonely Planet

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Fish Restaurant Proto

  0.03 miles from Ancient City Walls 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

House specialties include shrimp in saffron sauce; lobster served with truffle and mushroom risotto; and fresh John Dory baked in the oven with potatoes, tomatoes, and zucchini. — Frommer's

It excels at surf—stuffed lobster with risotto, grilled fish, saffron shrimp—but also honors Croatian turf specialties; don't miss Dalmatian smoked ham and olives as an appetizer. — Travel + Leisure

This elegant place is recommended for fresh fish and seafood, with light sauces and bags of old-town atmosphere. — Lonely Planet

This is a reliable, reasonable fish specialist in the Old Town, offering a break from schmaltzy decor—an open room with a wooden cathedral ceiling leads to a sunny enclosed terrace. — Concierge

A reliable choice for dinner, Proto is on a side street off Stradun, with tables arranged on an upper-level, open-air terrace. — Fodor's

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Dalmatino Konoba

  0.06 miles from Ancient City Walls 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

One of the new stars on the restaurant scene, Dalmatino has a cozy, candlelit interior, with original stone walls, coffee-stained for effect, featuring faded photos of old Dubrovnik. — Fodor's

This appealing eatery is a good place to try the likes of black risotto, octopus salad, grilled squid and truffle pasta, albeit at old-town prices. — Lonely Planet

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Baracuda

Pizza   0.07 miles from Ancient City Walls 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Friendly inexpensive pizzeria with tables on a quiet courtyard. — Lonely Planet

Baracuda may look like an everyday pizza place on a narrow side street, but its superthin pizza crust sets it apart. — Frommer's

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Barba

  0.08 miles from Ancient City Walls 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Barba practically invented street food in the area, featuring items like octopus and shrimp burgers, anchovy sandwiches and fried calamari — Afar Magazine

The pioneers of street food in Dubrovnik, Barba serve typical local ingredients in an untypical fashion, resulting in tasty quick bites such as fried oysters, shrimp and octopus burgers, or anchovy sandwiches — Lonely Planet

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Taj Mahal

  0.08 miles from Ancient City Walls 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This tiny restaurant is like an Aladdin’s cave, with an interior loaded with Ottoman decorations. — Lonely Planet

This small and informal eatery specializes in Bosnian cooking, which is strongly influenced by Turkish cuisine. — Frommer's

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Oliva Gourmet

  0.1 miles from Ancient City Walls 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The food is good, with an emphasis on keeping it simple and local. — Lonely Planet

This simple, modern eatery features fresh and innovative Mediterranean dishes made from locally sourced ingredients, plus an excellent range of wines. — Fodor's

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Zuzori

  0.1 miles from Ancient City Walls 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Start with the octopus mini burgers on olive focaccia, then enjoy a gilthead bream fillet cooked in parchment, and end your meal with peach and mascarpone crumble. — Afar Magazine

Serving 'traditional food with a modern twist', this excellent little bistro introduces international flavours and techniques into Dalmatian classics, with considerable success. — Lonely Planet

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Oliva Pizzeria

  0.11 miles from Ancient City Walls 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

There are a few token pasta dishes on the menu, but this attractive little place is really all about pizza. — Lonely Planet

Pizza was the last thing I thought I would be impressed by while visiting Croatia but this was amazing! So good I ate it two nights in a row. — Afar Magazine

The house specialty is the “Pizza Gourmand,” topped with fresh mushrooms, bacon, and peppers. — Frommer's

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Kamenice

Buffets   0.12 miles from Ancient City Walls 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Looks vaguely like a socialist-style canteen, with prices to match. Order the squid, anchovies or kamenice (oysters). — Lonely Planet

Kamenica remains popular for its fresh oysters and generous platters of girice (small fried fish) and pržene ligne (fried squid). — Fodor's

Uncomplicated fare such as raw oysters (kamenice means oyster), steamed mussels, tiny whole fried fish drizzled with lemon juice, and icy mugs of Karlovacko beer. — Concierge

This iconic restaurant in Dubrovnik's Old Town stands out even in the midst of the lively atmosphere of Gundulić Square and its innumerable pigeons — Afar Magazine

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Nautika Restaurant

  0.13 miles from Ancient City Walls 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Standouts include shrimp in a sweet-and-salty lemon sauce served with carrot-stuffed black ravioli, and baked Adriatic gilt-head bream—a fish known as "dorade royale" on that other riviera. — Concierge

Generally considered Dubrovnik's smartest and most expensive restaurant, Nautika lies close to Pile Gate, just outside the city walls. — Fodor's

This upmarket restaurant (complete with a pianist) may look like the usual touristy suspect, but it compensates with an unbeatable cliffside view of the harbor and consistently good seafood risotto. — Travel + Leisure

On Brsalje, the plateau immediately next to Pile Gate, Nautika enjoys mesmerizing views of Kolorina Bay and Lovrijenac Fortress, and has a tradition of welcoming dignitaries and celebrities. — Afar Magazine

Nautika has the best location of any restaurant in Dubrovnik: It boasts an unobstructed view of the sea and the Bokar and Lovrijenac fortresses. — Frommer's

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Gradska Kavana Arsenal

  0.13 miles from Ancient City Walls 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The menu is typical of Dubrovnik with lots of fish dishes, but it also has a better-than-average selection of grilled meats and an extensive but pricey selection of Croatian wines. — Frommer's

The scene here is reminiscent of fin de siècle Vienna, making the ornate café a fabulous spot for dessert: try the cake or a rich hot chocolate. — Travel + Leisure

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Restaurant Kopun

Seafood   0.15 miles from Ancient City Walls 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With a focus on traditional delicacies from the region, standouts on the menu include a capon prepared from a 16th-century recipe, featuring Eastern spices, honey, and sour orange. — Afar Magazine

You’ll find Kopun tucked away in the Old Town, in a lovely peaceful location on the square in front of the Jesuit Church. — Frommer's

Kopun is Croatian for capon (castrated rooster) and this restaurant revives a historical delicacy, serving 'Dubrovnik capon' cooked in honey and sour orange along with other traditional favourites. — Lonely Planet

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Lokanda Peskarija

  0.17 miles from Ancient City Walls 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located on the Old Harbour right next to the fish market, you'll feast on the freshest catch here. — Lonely Planet

This friendly, efficient little place by the harbour, under the city walls features fresh fish and seafood. — Insight Guides

The difference between Lokanda and other seafood restaurants in town is the local-to-visitor ratio, which often favors the local crowd. — Travel + Leisure

This seafood place in the old port serves the usual dishes—many in the traditional big black pots—and very well done they are, too. — Concierge

Just outside the town walls—and affording unforgettable views over the old harbor—this seafood restaurant is a particularly good value. — Fodor's

Oyster & Sushi Bar Bota

  0.18 miles from Ancient City Walls 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This slick sushi bar successfully combines both Dalmatian and Japanese influences. — Frommer's

It's fair to say that most Croatians don't have much of an interest in or aptitude for Asian cooking yet fresh seafood is something that they understand very well. — Lonely Planet

Friendly professional service and beautifully presented sushi, served at tall white tables on a small terrace with views onto Dubrovnik's cathedral. — Fodor's

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Orhan

  0.19 miles from Ancient City Walls 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Near Old Town, but tucked away from the busy summertime crowds, is Restaurant Orhan. — Afar Magazine

Hidden away by the water’s edge, beneath Fort Lovrijenac, Orhan serves excellent fish and seafood indoors or outside on a small, vine-draped terrace. Best to book in high season. — Insight Guides

Situated on a quiet cove just outside the Pile Gate, Orhan is a less-expensive alternative to the nearby Atlas Club Nautika. — Concierge

Fancy restaurant beautifully located by the Pile Gate. Fish and seafood are good here, but you’ll pay a premium for the location. — Lonely Planet

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Azur Dubrovnik

  0.21 miles from Ancient City Walls 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The cuisine is Mediterranean, with an Asian twist. Start with wasabi salmon parcels, followed by either squid ink seafood noodles, or pan-seared swordfish in black curry sauce. — Frommer's

Run by local brothers who own a Mediterranean-inspired restaurant of the same name in China, Azur is an Asian-inspired restaurant right under the city walls, near one of the Buža Bars. — Fodor's

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The Sesame Tavern

  0.27 miles from Ancient City Walls 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

As with most of central Dubrovnik’s restaurants, seafood is the mainstay in this 200-year-old house, surrounded by fragrant orange trees. Don’t overlook the regional smoked ham. — Travel + Leisure

Close to the Hilton Imperial, Sesame occupies a romantic old stone house, with a row of orange trees out front and a vine-covered terrace up top. — Frommer's

Just a short distance outside of the Pile Gate, this romantic restaurant occupies a vaulted, candelit space as well as a breezy, vine-covered terrace. — Fodor's

Right by the Hilton near the western entrance to the Old Town, the family-owned Sesame Tovjerna offers classic Dalmatian dishes in a series of picturesque settings. Order plates of... — Concierge

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Otto Taverna

Middle Eastern   1.4 miles from Ancient City Walls 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located in a cavernous 450-year-old stone building, once used as a boathouse, Otto's has a short, Mediterranean-inspired menu that changes often, ensuring all dishes are consistently fresh. — Fodor's

Overlooking Gruź port, on the landside of Lapad peninsula, Otto occupies an old stone boathouse. — Frommer's

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