Ragusa Restaurant Williamstown
“Those who seek paradise on Earth should come to see Dubrovnik”, said the famous Irish author George Bernard Shaw. Dubrovnik was founded in the 7th century, after the fall of the Roman town of Epidaurum and was named Ragusa. Later the city was named after oak forests, called dubrava in those times.
Ragusa restaurant is located on the picturesque Williamstown waterfront, in the original England, Scotland and Australia bank building, built in 1873. It later housed the Seamen’s Mission with a chapel in the rear. This heritage listed building retains many period features.
Award winning Ragusa restaurant offers traditional Croatian cuisine representing all parts of this diverse country; with Austrian and Hungarian influences in the North and Mediterranean in the South.
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