As previous reviewers have said, this is a fantastic waterside restaurant in an idyllic and atmospheric little village. You couldn't ask for a more picturesque location. However, we had very mixed experiences with the food and as a result would not return unless it was to eat a seafood dish.
My husband very much enjoyed the plentiful and tasty seafood risotto. Other seafood dishes served to customers looked very good too. I, however, do not like seafood and was very surprised at how limited the non-seafood menu was, just a handful of dishes. The pork fillet with cheese and ham which I ordered was overcooked and swimming in grease; the peas were tinned (yes, tinned!), the cauliflower frozen and worst of all, the saute potatoes deep-fried frozen ones, just like McCains or such-like! It was very disappointing and not cheap either. I have enjoyed similar dishes in Kotor and Prcanj over the past week so have plenty with which to compare and sadly this props up the bottom of my list of meals here in Montenegro.
So if you like seafood, I can recommend; if you don't, I would avoid visitng this place and hop over the other side of the road to the Cafe Pizzeria Dardin, a charming family-run cafe with outdoor-only seating in a very pleasant enclosed garden but with a sea-view and lots of welcome tree shade from the fierce sun-shine and (a bonus for us as we have a toddler) a small play area for young children comprising a playhouse, slide, and a few sit-on toys.
One other thing to recommend - pay one euro to climb the church belfry next door - its a hair-raising climb and not for the faint-hearted due to the inadequate handrail around the central well (don't look down!) but the views of the bay and the mountains , the islands, the town and are absolutely amazing.
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