Although the interior of Lubin is contemporary and modern, the dishes are simple. Fresh seafood is brought from the Adriatic sea and prepared so that spices do not overpower the natural taste. The fish served depends on the season, but you might catch something like a whole branzino baked in rock salt accompanied by roasted vegetables. These whole fishes are priced by the gram, and are meant to be shared--often able to feed more than two. There is a wide range of Austrian and Croatian wine, but the house is tasty and you might want to save those euros for one of their fine desserts. The fresh food at Lubin is worth the crammed together tables and location outside the old city.
*Reservations are recommended for lunch
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