Dva Bisera is almost the first thing you see entering Radozda, right below the cave church of the Archangel Michael. One of their specialties is fresh Ohrid trout, which is indigenous to Ohrid Lake and is different from other trout you might have had – less fishy, more buttery. The recipe at Dva Bisera is a closely held secret, but it’s delicious, well worth going out of your way for.
There’s outside seating right on the water, and inside across the street. Service was fine, relaxed. Prices were reasonable. I asked in Struga, and you could hire a boat to take you right to the dock at Dva Bisera, making for a perfect day trip. We ended up sitting long over coffee, just admiring the view.
A small and cosy restaurant, directly at the shore of Lake Ohrid.
You can -of course- sit inside the restaurant but also on a terrace directly at the lake.
The restaurant is close to the cave church of Archangel Michael, and if the church is locked, you can get the key here. You better ask first for the key before you start the steep walk up the stairs to the cave church!