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Restaurant Pjerin, Dubrovnik

Ul. Vlaha Bukovca 6, 20000, Croatia
Restaurant Pjerin Review
5 Star Rating
17 April 2019Restaurant Pjerin
Tags: Dubrovnik, Croatia, Fine Dining reviewsThe Bill: £86 per head

During a recent stay at Villa Dubrovnik on the Dalmatian Coast in Croatia, we decided to dine at their restaurant - Restaurant Pjerin - and we’re extremely glad we did. With views over the Old Town and Lokrum Island, this restaurant offers a great setting in which to enjoy a fine meal. As the hotel’s main dining option, we were expecting big things, and thankfully Restaurant Pjerin did not disappoint. With seating options both outside on their terrace or inside in their intimate dining space, whatever the weather or mood, you’re sure to find the perfect spot to enjoy your meal.

During our visit, we decided to dine indoors, and the staff were only too friendly and accommodating of our wishes. The well thought out layout of the dining space meant that even though we were dining indoors, we were still able to enjoy the stunning views on offer. Whilst browsing the menus, we decided to enjoy two fine glasses of Louis Roederer

Brut Premier Champagne whilst taking in our surroundings. It was a very lovely start to our evening indeed.

For our starters, my partner chose the green peas risotto, which came served with scampi and lemon. This vibrant green risotto was executed perfectly with the delicate flavour of peas somehow packed into every mouthful. I went for the Paccheri pasta which came served with a scorpio fish ragout and basil. Again, the dish was bursting with flavour and was deliciously moorish.

“This is a restaurant that we would happily recommend to anyone visiting the local area and would do so safe in the knowledge that they would experience an authentic Croatian meal in a wonderful setting.”

For our main courses, I went for the line caught sea bass, which came served with chilli scented mangold and artichoke. My partner went for the lamb "chevap" style, with mixed vegetables and Ajvar puree. Both of these dishes were expertly prepared, and both the meat and fish were perfectly cooked. We were highly impressed.

As our wine choice, we decided on a superb local wine, 2015 Degrassi, Cabernet Sauvignon,

Contarini. This wine offered harmonious juiciness packed full of cranberry flavours and a strong minerality. We highly enjoyed this wine, and found it complemented our meal ideally.

We simply couldn’t pass on dessert, so my partner went for the traditional carrot cake with bitter orange. The sponge was beautifully light and moist, which made for an extremely delicious dish with the bitter orange cutting through the sweetness. I went for the carob souffle, served with vanilla ice cream. Again, this was an extremely enjoyable dish which provided the perfect end to a wonderful meal.

Overall we were highly impressed with Restaurant Pjerin. This is a restaurant that we would happily recommend to anyone visiting the local area and would do so safe in the knowledge that they would experience an authentic Croatian meal in a wonderful setting.

Photos courtesy of Restaurant Pjerin

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