Find out what Eastern European restaurants to try in Podgorica. Podgorica (/ˈpɒdɡɒrɪtsə/ POD-gorr-ih-tsə; Montenegrin Cyrillic: Подгорица, pronounced [pǒdɡoritsa], lit. "[area] below Gorica [name of a hillock overlooking the city]") is the capital and largest city of Montenegro. The city was also called Titograd (Montenegrin Cyrillic: Титоград, [tîtoɡraːd]) between 1946 and 1992 when Montenegro was part of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY), in honour of Josip Broz Tito.
Things to do in Podgorica
The most special kind of food I've ever tried! Traditional Eastern European sweet plum dumpling on a whole new level with a bunch of new tastes. Nutella, Raspberry-Oreo and Lemon-Blueberry are incredible, but one really can't deside for one And dumplings with mushrooms and truffles are spectacular The ambient and the service are perfect, so this is a place to come back to!
We bringing something new in Podgorica. With our rustic and industrial enterior, our guests will be satisfaied and happy. Also big collection of drinks and amazing music will be always on. Come and check KOMBINAT SNACK BAR!
Perfect club for coffee and light kitchen, great atmosphere, great service, friendly, communicative, ready to help everything, above all friendly friendly. The employees of this club can help you in virtually everything you want and therefore can serve you excellent English, French, Spanish, German and Italian, as well as local (Serbian-Montenegrin-Bosnian-Croatian). the club is made in retro style and it looks like a living room, and the whole ambience is in that direction. guests are people from various parts of the world, as well as various animals, as well as occupations.After only a couple of visits, I feel like I've spent my whole life here
The food was fantastic and the service great. It is not with all the other restaurants but worth the walk. A local Montenegrin recommend it to us. You can order your meal individual or family style to feed the whole group. It does take large groups and there is a nice outside seating as well.
5 based on 12 reviews
We were taken by our friends there, otherwise we wouldn't step in because it looks like expensive place from outside and located away from the main streets. Enourmous and gourgeous dishes for a very decent price. You won't regret visiting it.
4 based on 18 reviews
Located in the center of capital Podgorica, Ethno Jazz Club Sejdefa gives you unique feeling that combines Mediterranean background, old Podgorica tradition and modern, vibrant image of capital city of Montenegro, trough jazz concerts and ethno/jazz music
Good plase, but unpleasant waiters. You wait for half an hour, at least. But, at the night out is very contentious, different music groups for a good atmosphere.Dear Mihailo, thank you for the suggestion - your comment is highly appreciated. We will work on improving our service.We are also really glad that your overall impression about EJC Sejdefa is good. Thank you for the nice words about our music and atmosphere!
4 based on 49 reviews
I just loved this place. Providing a nice service and a lovely ambiance, this place is a must if you want to enjoy local athmosphere and good wood with very reasonable pricing. I tried veal, lamb and a fish soup for an appetizer and it all worked out well. Add a bier and $15 felt like a steal.
5 based on 28 reviews
Gostiona 1928, novi restoran pod okriljem Culture club-a, unikatan je spoj arhitektonskog duha urbane Podgorice s poÄetka XX vijeka i modernog koncepta ugostiteljsko-turistiÄke ponude. Dominantno oslonjena na odabrani tradicionalni i savremeni meni, profe
Was really bad. 3 different dishes and all of three really bad.Please, guys, don't serve French toast at all. No 3 from breakfast menu.Though the customer services was really good.Kitchen needs to work harder, but the service is very good.Dear Agne B,We are so sorry to hear that our breakfast didn't live up your expectations.Receiving feedback is extremely important to us, and we thank you for having shared your observations.I've shared your comments with our team and we hope this will not deter you from visiting us again.Nevertheless we are pleased to know that service was really good.Goran
4 based on 109 reviews
This restaurant is large with indoor and outdoor areas. We tried the recommended roasted meat which was very nice, quite an intense meat experience! The oven roasted potatoes were also good. Large portions, but we should have asked for less (you can tell the waiter how much you want, and we asked for the recommended 600g for two of us).Unfortunately no room left to try desserts. Excellent service.
5 based on 25 reviews
I loved this restaurant. It's ambiance is old-world style, dimly lit, like a mountain lodge. There's a big fireplace and traditional artwork on the walls, stone walls, I think. The food is very inexpensive and, typically to Montenegrin restaurants, HUGE portions. There was way too much. The wine flowed and it was such fun.
4 based on 921 reviews
Ordered the homemade hard cheese/Trappist cheese, chicken breast grilled, tarator salad and the paprika punjena pavlakom. The tarator salad is like a cold yogurt with some bits of cucumbers in it, mostly yogurt, not my favorite. The homemade cheese is extremely salty and has a similar texture feta, not my thing either.The stuffed peppers are surprisingly spicy, itâs the sour cream thatâs got the kick for sure. We have yet to find any crispy fries, they are as they were today, soft, wilted and mushy. My husband liked the chicken the best, it was okay, reminds me of chicken steak, once again not my favorite but not a bad second after the stuffed peppers. Asked for a side of ketchup, itâs an extra 0.30 for the condiment.We have 3 bills for: food, sparkling water and the ketchup condiment. The food was all okay, the wait staff was cold at best, but itâs likely the language barrier. The guys behind the bar are the most friendly and warm of the group.
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