Konoba Stari Grad - Montenegro
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Konoba Stari Grad is known locally to be one of Montenegro's best seafood restaurants. With seating both inside the restaurant and on the adjoining beach terrace, you can try the speciality homebrewed beer and local wine alongside some of Montenegro's freshest fish in romantic, calm surroundings that showcase the best of Montenegro. As well as providing some of the more traditional seafood options to be found in restaurants across the country, Konoba Stari Grad offers a bit of originality and this is typified by the octopus dishes on the menu.
At Konoba Stari Grad, the emphasis is on a quality local experience. Goran, who cooks the fish, is also a skilled guitar player and each night will play for guests on demand. The combination of live music and sumptuous seafood dishes served in wholesome portions makes Konoba Stari Grad a restaurant that mustn't be missed during a visit to Budva.
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