In the heart of the Old Town, on a side street between the seafront and the main square, you have to walk up several flights of stairs to the second floor of a 15th-century palazzo to find this Dalmatian restaurant. Both the interior design and the menu combine traditional elements with contemporary freshness, so you get medieval stonework and big colorful oil paintings, and classic Dalmatian meat and fish dishes plus pastas and risottos, all presented with creative flair. This is a great find all around, and highly regarded by the locals.