Dali - Montenegro
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Dali is named after Spanish artist Salvador Dali, and aims to emulate his unique influence through a continually evolving and exciting menu of international dishes, as well as the contemporary, surreal decor. The restaurant draws its inspiration from the fact that it was always Dali's true ambition to become a chef, and in this environment, his inventive and ingenious drive can be found in every mouthful of food.
Situated within Montenegro's bustling capital Podgorica, Dali boasts a calming, stylish and charming atmosphere in which to sample one of its As well as the vast array of varied dishes from around the globe, Dali also offers a selection of fine wines, coffees and cocktails to enjoy before, after or during any meal.
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