A 5-minute walk north of the palace walls, in an old stone building in a narrow alley, this long-running eatery is a classic Dalmatian konoba, with exposed stone walls, and heavy wooden tables and benches. The menu is classic Dalmatian, too—crni rižot (black risotto made from cuttlefish ink) and barbecued fresh fish served with blitva sa krumpirom (Swiss chard and potatoes). The service is discreet but friendly, and the waiters will ensure your carafe is topped up with wine while you eat.