Tri Lipe - Montenegro
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Tri Lipe is a brilliant, small Montenegrin restaurant in Herceg Novi. The 'Three Limes' is situated in the famous Skver house where St Leopold Mandic was born in 1866. The building and design of its interior is typical of a Mediterranean house, with bright yellow walls topped with slated orange roofing. In accordance with its name the restaurant is surrounded by the lush greens of lime trees, which really add to the southern European atmosphere of its surroundings.
For those hoping to get a traditional local experience Tri Lipe is a great choice. It has been popular with the local people for years, and there is always a great vibe coming from the building which is reflected in its clean, fresh food. Fillets of pork and grilled vegetables are among the popular choices while a cheesecake dessert tops off an already fantastic meal.The menu is extensive, with easy options for kids, and authentic regional cuisine. The spicy Serbian goulash is worth a try!
Rooms are also available on a B&B or half board basis (€22 and €30 respectively) and there is a discount for groups.
With great affordable prices and a clean friendly atmosphere, Tri Lipe is really worth stopping by.
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