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    Durmitor Restaurant - Zabljak

    by barryg23 Written Sep 13, 2009

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    One of our best meals in Montenegro was in Durmitor restaurant, a small restaurant in Zabljak which specialises in local dishes.

    We had just finished our third and final day of hiking in Durmitor National Park, so we were looking forward to a nice meal to end our stay in Zabljak and that's exactly what we got.

    Ruth had Njegusi steak, which consists of veal stuffed with Njegusi ham and cheese. Delicious but very rich! I had a similar dish, whose name I've forgotten, but which was more or less the same as the Njegusi steak, though with pork instead of veal. We also tried a few glasses of Vranac, the best known Montenegrin red wine. The cost for the whole meal was about 24 Euros, very good value given the quality of the food.

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  • Restaurant Teuta (the downhill one): Best place to eat in Ulcinj

    by thefinleydog Written Sep 11, 2009

    Note: There are 2 restaurants next door to each other with the same name (family feud). This is a comment on the original restaurant (the downhill one).
    The first time we went to Ulcinj we didn't eat here because it looked too expensive and we thought it might be touristy. We were so wrong.
    This year, we stayed in Ulcinj for 4 nights. We ate here for 3 of the 4 nights. The food is absolutely wonderful and homemade. The owner will sit down and talk to you in the late evening, if it's not too busy. His business is not as it was 25 years ago, because not as many people go to the old town anymore. But the food is some of the best we've had in Montenegro and it's not expensive at all.
    And, the owner is very honest. He won't sell you a fish for 4 people and put his hand on the scale (fish is sold by the weight) as some other restaurants do.

    Favorite Dish: Any grilled fish, Oriental lamb (order in advance)

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  • Teuta Restaurant (the downhill one): best place to eat in Ulcinj

    by thefinleydog Written Jul 14, 2009

    Note: There are 2 restaurants next door to each other with the same name (family feud). This is a comment on the original restaurant (the downhill one).
    The first time we went to Ulcinj we didn't eat here because it looked too expensive and we thought it might be touristy. We were so wrong.
    This year, we stayed in Ulcinj for 4 nights. We ate here for 3 of the 4 nights. The food is absolutely wonderful and homemade. The owner will sit down and talk to you in the late evening, if it's not too busy. His business is not as it was 25 years ago, because not as many people go to the old town anymore. But the food is some of the best we've had in Montenegro and it's not expensive at all.
    And, the owner is very honest. He won't sell you a fish for 4 people and put his hand on the scale (fish is sold by the weight) as some other restaurants do.

    Favorite Dish: The grilled fresh fish is excellent (Orada is our favorite). We haven't been able to replicate the recipe yet, as hard as we try.
    One night, we had the Oriental Lamb (which we had to order ahead of time). It was superb as well.
    You can't go wrong here.

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    Crvena Glavica (Little red head): Fresh Seafood

    by xdescendx Updated Oct 7, 2008

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    This is a fantastic little beach restaurant at the bottom of Crvena Glavica campsite. It has the freshest fish in all of Montenegro. It's a great secret and very rustic. Some that know park their boats off the coast and swim over for a romantic sunset dinner for a swim and some cold beer :) I recommend anything on the menu with a cold bottle of white wine and olives w/ cheese. Very romantic.

    The locals say Filip Vujanoviæ (President of Montenegro) eats here.

    Favorite Dish: Grilled Octopus

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    I don't remember the name...nearby small beach: Don't miss restaurants in Ulcinj!

    by piotrbog Updated Dec 6, 2006

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    Grilled national food!!! What makes pleskjavica, vjesalnica, sudxuk, cavapce so special? It is really hard to say. The sure thing is that they differ from the meat I can buy in Poland, for example. It is fresh and thick. For those who spiced food I especially recommend sudxuk which I ate in Ulcinj.

    Favorite Dish: pleskjavica, vjesalnica, sudxuk and cevapce

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    Traditional drying of fish in the sun

    by Oris Written Mar 30, 2005

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    Before drying, bigger fish is cleaned and opened as a book. It is fixed with small boards in order to expose as large a surface as possible to the sun. Every morning, this is dipped into sea water, and when drying is complete, it is smoked over a fire place and put into a paper bag. It is eaten during winter months boiled with cabbage.

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    The cult of hospitality!!

    by Oris Written Mar 30, 2005

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    Montenegrins are hearty and generous hosts. They offer to the guest the best food and drink they have in the house, reserve for him the best place at table and do their best to make his stay in their home as comfortable as possible. You should try clear fish soup named CHORBA (its great! I even miss it:-) and boiled fish, fried carp and smoked bleak.

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    KONOBA CATOVICA MLINI: DON'T MISS !!!

    by Drphoto Updated Oct 27, 2004

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    Konoba ''CATOVICA MLINI'' is situated in village Morinj, halfway beetween Kotor and Herceg Novi. Travelling by car from Kotor or from Herceg Novi to this place, provides you a great pleasure by beautiful views...

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    ELLAS: ELLAS

    by Aurorae Updated Aug 27, 2004

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    A fantastic restaurant in the outskirts of Kotor, in Dobrota, just on the seashore, with a great choice of incredible dishes of all kinds, from fish and sea food, to meat & vegetarian specialties, pasta, pizza, Greek food (basically it's a Greek restaurant), sweets and a cafe bar... Great service, great place, great food... I kept returning!
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    the photo was taken at 11 am (brunch pizza time :))) so that is why there is almost nobody aroud

    Favorite Dish: pizza, mussels and octopus salad

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    Konoba "Koliba": Konoba "Koliba" (Tavern "Hut")

    by Aurorae Written Aug 27, 2004

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    A BRILLIANT national restaurant with traditional Montenegrin and Serbian dishes, in fantastic ethno style and great service, not to mention the food which is spectacular!
    It is situated in the small village Bogetic'i, on the way to monastery Ostrog.
    It has four stars and a CD mark.
    The atmosphere is great and domestic and I highly recommend!!!

    Favorite Dish: all traditional specialties from the area

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    Stari Mlini: Stari Mlini (Old Mill)

    by Aurorae Written Aug 27, 2004

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    The "Old Mill" is a beautiful, fairy tale place located in the heart of Boka Kotorska Bay, only 7 km from Kotor, on the river Ljuta, which is one of the shortest "abyss" rivers in Europe. It is made in the old mill from 1670, adapted into a very classy restaurant of extraordinary beauty, authentic ambience and fantastic service. The feeling is out of this world. Perhaps the most beautiful place I have ever been to.
    It's just a tiny little bit more expensive than average, but nothing much! And it's worth every cent!
    I HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!!

    Favorite Dish: sea food specialties

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    Cafes on the coast: Grilled fish, Adriatic Style

    by karenincalifornia Updated Feb 3, 2004

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    Favorite Dish: I went nuts over the grilled fish, Adriatic-style. This fish was served throughout Croatia and Montenegro on the Adriatic coast.

    Prepare sauce: Stir together 1/2 cup olive oil, 3 minced garlic cloves, 1/2 cup chopped parsley.

    Sprinkle cleaned fish (do not bone, skin or behead) with salt, brush with olive oil, grill on both sides. Brush occasionally with oil, garlic and parsley sauce.

    Serve with lemon half and bottle of white Mediterranean wine. Delicious!

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    Restaurant at Sveti Stefan Hotel: Stunning View

    by karenincalifornia Updated Jan 28, 2004

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    The view is the best thing about this restaurant. The large deck overlooks the Adriatic Sea, giving you beautiful views of both the sea and mountains.

    I would have to say that the food was not the best we had in Montenegro. It seemed a bit too mass produced and not focused enough on local dishes. We thought the local cuisine found in small village or roadside cafes was better.

    The building in the background of this picture is the Hotel Milocer, the former summer house of the royal family Karadordevic

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    Best Montenegrin Food

    by karenincalifornia Updated Jan 28, 2004

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    The best local Montenegrin food was either home cooked food at our relatives' homes or food served in cafes located in small villages. You can't really research restaurants here due to lack of published information. You just pick any one of the many quaint little outdoor cafes or restaurants and you will have a fantastic meal. The only time we had a mediocre meal, ironically, was at the Sveti Stefan Hotel, one of the most expensive hotels in the area.

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    TRI RIBARA - Becici: Don't Miss The Fresh Seafood!

    by VictoriaM. Written Sep 5, 2003

    On a beautiful terrace by the sea taste the fish specialitetes which are prepared for you by a hard-working Rafailovici family. With first class service and a great choice od fresh and just caught fish you stay in this restaurant will never be forgetten.

    Favorite Dish: Everything!

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