Nestled in a verdant dale in Tuškanac Park, a 15-minute walk from the center in a low-rise building that might be mistaken for a ranch-style house, this prestigious fish restaurant specializes in creative Mediterranean fare, with the house favorites including buzara (stew prepared with shellfish and scampi and/or fish) and sea bass fillets in saffron and scampi sauce, as well as appetizers like avocado with scampi, not to mention a few meat delicacies. The dining
room is light and airy, with candlelit tables, a wooden floor, palmlike little trees, and colorful abstract art. There's also an adjoining wine bar. In warm weather there's outdoor seating on a spacious, leafy terrace, and a playground just outside invites children to scamper about while parents rest on benches. Reservations are recommended, but only on weekdays, as the Dubravkin put is a popular venue for business dinners.