This apricot-color restaurant with a charming farmhouse look rests on an islet reached by a pedestrian bridge behind the Hotel Lav. Its spacious, thatched-roof terrace overlooks the Danube; the interior features reed walls and wood-beamed ceilings. Carp, catfish, pike-perch, and other freshwater fish are the favorites here, whether grilled, fried, or in a thick, vegetable-rich sauce; they are typically complemented by French fries. You can get a huge, four-person bowl of paprika-rich riblji paprikaš (fish stew). Combine this with some Ilok wine and a palačinke s marmeladom (jam-filled crepe).