Located on the terrace of the Hotel Pucić Palace in the old town of Dubrovnik, Defne is a quiet, romantic and cozy restaurant, ideal for getting away from the busy and hot streets of summertime Dubrovnik. Very attentive service and quiet piano music that enlivened the evening making it the best place to finish off a long day of sightseeing in the beautiful Croatian city. It has an extensive wine list for all tastes and for dinner it's recommendable to start with a type of income tapas. Main dishes are very well prepared, at least the ones we had were. The menu is not very extensive, a mixture of Croatian and Mediterranean dishes. Delicious fish and good selection of Croatian cheeses that we had as dessert at the end of this quiet dinner in Dubrovnik..... and of our vacation. A highly recommended restaurant. Finally as a side note: like most things in Dubrovnik, it isn't cheap.
This spectacular restaurant is situated in the historical heart of Dubrovnik. To have dinner on the terrace a few meters from the ocean and a very affordable price was a great experience. I recommend the seafood risotto, it was fantastic!
In Dubrovnik, it seems you can eat well in basically every restaurant for around the same price. In this restaurant, we ate a starter of two chicken hamburgers, and two plates of spaghetti with seafood, and it cost 280 kunas and bread and water was included in the price. I think wherever you go, the price: quality ratio is pretty similar.
After walking around the walled city of Dubrovnik, and visiting churches and Historic monuments, there is nothing better than stopping at Cele to enjoy lunch at one of the most crowded squares, accompanied by the Croatian beer Ozujsko. Prices are somewhat high due to the location of the bar, but the service is very friendly, has WiFi, and usually rock and blues music, which doesn't disturb you while you have your coffee and enjoy the views.
On a narrow street of Dubrovnik 'Lucin Kantun' stands out from many others as a romantic restaurant and for the lovely relaxed vaguely French atmosphere (built with simple furnishing and a little written in italics). The menu is very short, and specializes in various things, including tradional dishes but revisited with a touch of creativity. I found it a very pleasant place. We ate quite well (Although honestly I don't remember anything specifically) in a delightful restaurant, and without spending a fortune in a very nice area of the city. In Dubrovnik, like in all tourist cities eating out is a matter of taste, but i highly recommend this place.