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Babaluu Bar and Restaurant

TQ Plaza Budva
+382 69 040 440
8am till late
A funky restaurant and bar located in TQ Plaza, they serve a decent breakfast and cocktails at reasonable prices so there is often a buzzy young crowd to be found on the terrace.


Virpazar n.n., 81305 Bar
+382 (0)69 508 019

Located just by the Virpazar bridge, this traditional 'konoba' style eatery focuses on local produce and fresh river fish. Choose an outside table in summer with a view of the lake.


Tabacina n.n., 85330 Kotor
+382 (0)32 325 116
10h -24h
Away from the more touristy parts of Kotor old town, this traditional Montenegrin restaurant is tucked into an old stone house on a quiet square. Edged by the Old Town’s fortress walls, the candlelit summer terrace makes a romantic backdrop for dinner.

Dobrotski Dvori

Dobrota n.n., 85330 Kotor
+382 (0)67 573 331

Specializing in meat, with a brightly lit, Yugoslav-era atmosphere, this is one of the few coastal restaurants that turns out a serious steak. As most standard Montenegrin cuts would baffle any Westerner, it’s best to order the ‘biftek na zaru’ (‘grilled steak’) medium rare.

Ivanova Korita

Ivanova Korita , Lovcen, Cetinje 81250
+382 (0)41 233 700

Ivanova Korita is something of an undiscovered gem in the vast woodland area on top of Mount Lovcen. It's worth the journey, as this reliable old favourite does traditional food with a touch of class in a way that few other establishments in Montenegro manage to pull off so well. Keep it simple and order one of the local specialties. This is hearty, mountain fare ideal for a post-hike meal.


Rijeka Crnojevica n.n., Cetinje 81250
+382 (0)69 843 317

Sitting right up against the water, this is the place for great fish soup when passing through the centre of the country, most likely on the way from Cetinje to Podgorica.

Stari Most

Rijeka Crnojevica n.n., Cetinje 81250
+382 (0)67 339 429

This quiet, intimate restaurant overlooking the Rijeka Crnojevica river has seafood and local dishes in a rustic setting.


Ulica Breza bb, Kolasin 81210
+382 (0)69 241 507

Kolasin may only have a limited dining scene due to its seasonality but Vodenica wins top prize for its setting in a converted mill. The mountain village decor is as authentic as it comes, as are the generous plates of red meat, river trout and the infamous kacamak (pronounced "ka-cha-mak"), a hearty mix of potatoes, flour, cornmeal and cheese.