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Published 04/14/2017

Fodor's Review

Overlooking the morning market in the Old Town, Kamenica remains popular for its fresh oysters and generous platters of girice (small fried fish) and pržene ligne (fried squid). It's cheap and cheerful, offers unbeatable value for the location, and is much-loved by locals and tourists alike.

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Gundulićeva Poljana 8, Dubrovnik, Dubrovacko-Neretvanska, 20000, Croatia

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  • No dinner Nov.–Mar.

Published 04/14/2017


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Feb 7, 2017

Reasonable and Plentiful Food

My spouse and I enjoyed dinner at Taverna/Buffet Kamenice on a Friday evening in late August 2016. Despite its name, this is a sit-down restaurant with table service, not a “buffet” restaurant. The word “kamenice” in the restaurant’s name means “oyster”. We noticed this restaurant during a walk through Old Town when we encountered bustling Poljana Square, the statue of poet Ivan Gundulic, and the open-air Gunduliceva Poljana Market that

operates until noon. Taverna Kamenice is located near other restaurants (such the Café/Brasserie Royal at the Pucic Palace and Veritas). Kamenice lies within view of the monumental Baroque staircase that leads to Ruder Boskovic Square, where the Church of St. Ignatius of Loyola (Crkva sveti Ignacija) and the Jesuit College (Jesuite Collegium Ragusinum) are located. The restaurant is open daily for lunch and dinner; however, it has abbreviated winter hours. Taverna/Buffet Kamenice offers a small indoor seating area and a large terrace with umbrellas-shaded tables. The restaurant provides generous portions of simple dishes (with an emphasis on seafood) for reasonable prices. The restaurant has a full liquor license so that you can enjoy beer, wine, or cocktails, along with non-alcoholic beverages. We shared two entrees: black cuttlefish risotto (rizot crni) and shrimp risotto (rizot OD gambora), along with two rounds of drinks and one large bottle of water, for a total of 256 Kuna ($37). You will leave Taverna/Buffet Kamenice full and satisfied.

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