Luna Rossa - Montenegro
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Located on the ground floor of the grand Hotel Monte Cristo is the aesthetically pleasing sight of Luna Rossa restaurant. The white and red chequered tablecloths and crisp white folded napkins give the place a classic and elegant vibe. The wrought iron and wooden tables also remind you of eating in a small Tuscan village in a simpler age. The restaurant has a cosy feel that will make you come back for coffee, drinks or even to recover the next day with a delicious breakfast.
There are some delectable items in the a la carte menu with Montenegrin and Mediterranean specialities. The portions are large with a popular favourite being the Montenegro steak, which is pork chops served with smoked ham, cheese, grilled vegetables and potatoes. The menu continues with many other options including freshly prepared salads, risottos and a large selection of fish served by weight as well as mouth-watering rich desserts like the Monte Cristo pancakes.
The second level dining terrace is the perfect place to come for a romantic meal with fantastic views of Kotor and a genuinely uplifting ambience.
Everyday: 8am - 12am
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