7am - 11pm
Restaurant La Bistecca, with a black and white marble floor, contemporary minimalist furniture, and an impressive vertical garden enhance the restaurant’s exquisite cuisine. Patrons are seated at tables that extend onto a waterside terrace with palm trees. La Bistecca’s new menu offers a wide range of Asian dishes adapted to the local climate and created with the best local ingredients.
The generous breakfast buffet includes fresh fruit, yoghurts, sliced cheeses, cured meats, homemade strudel, and miniature tiramisu. Diners can enjoy tasty omelets made to order and excellent espresso.
The dinner menu features creative Mediterranean cuisine using predominantly locally sourced organic food and fresh ingredients, raw and grilled fish, and our famous tempura.
12am - 11pm
Pool Bar La Piazza exudes a Kotor-square atmosphere and places you at the center of an idyllic setting where you can start your day in the shade sipping your first cup of coffee or enjoying a refreshing cocktail by the pool in the afternoon. There’s a small blue-and-turquoise mosaic-tiled plunge pool rimmed by a wooden deck and wall waterfall.
7am - 11pm
Montenegro’s most popular wines are the essence of Forza Terra winery, where you can also sip trendy French champagnes and carefully chosen international wines.
Extraordinary food deserves—indeed demands—to be accompanied by extraordinary wines. Our sommeliers will suggest wines to suit the needs of our guests and to complement their dining selections.
Because we believe every palate is unique, we will recommend individual wines for our guests even if they choose the same dish. Our wine list reflects the time, effort, and love it has taken to produce and maintain it.
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A colorful sensation for all senses
In the XVth century the Market was held on Sundays at the square in front of St.Tryphon, making it difficult for liturgical rites to be practiced. It got banned soon by the Bishop of Kotor and never again happened on a Sunday. The market changed its site during the centuries many times, but kept its […]