We dined at Vapor on a serene spring evening. The restaurant is set on a clifftop overlooking a tiny beach with far reaching views to the Dubrovnik headland. We had a table on the terrace and the uniformed waiting staff were attentive and unobtrusive. The food was very good. We were served very fresh bread rolls with a tasty selection of olive oils. We were then offered an amuse bouche, which was not particularly interesting, a tiny slice of octopus tentacle with beetroot. For starters I had the truffle gnocchi and my dining companion the scallops. The gnocchi were excellent and the scallops were good. For mains I went for the duck breast and that was disappointing. The meat was well cooked but the rest of the dish was fruit and rather than complimenting the duck, sadly, it overpowered it. The lamb cutlets were excellent. We finished up with superb cherry baclava and pannacotta and coffee. With 2 glasses of wine and a bottle of mineral water the bill came to approximately £130.