Upscale Italian-Istrian dishes like crisp medallions of monkfish with caviar are what you'll find at this lovely restaurant not far from Grisia. Crisp white tablecloths on wrought-iron patio tables dot the shady terrace, where you can sip glasses of local malvazija and while away the afternoon in peace and quiet, a surprise given the restaurant's location just below St. Euphemia's. The menu changes often, but usually includes mare crudo, an eye-popping feast
of super-fresh seafood carpaccio. If the branzino (sea bass) with lobster roulade is available when you visit, don't miss it. Or try a bit of everything with the degustation menu. The place is known locally as Casa Đekić after the family that owns it.