Headed up by Jeffrey Vella, former chef at Zagreb’s Hotel Esplanade, 360 degrees offers both a top-drawer setting in the Sveti Luka bastion, and top-drawer cuisine the melds the best of contemporary Mediterranean cuisine with Croatian tradition. Meticulously sourced food is painstakingly created and immaculately presented, with stand-out mains including sea bass with confit of artichokes and asparagus, steamed turbot with apricot puree, rabbit and pigeon. It also boasts what is quite possibly Croatia’s longest (and most expensive) wine list, including a whole page of champagnes. The terrace bar has the best cocktails in town. They don’t take reservations (unless you are a VIP) and treat customers on a first-come-first-seated basis. If you can, beg for a booth in the gun chambers close to the sea.