We were advised by our hotel receptionist that this restaurant had recently changed hands and that he hadn't yet tried it out. We therefore visited the Vodenica and Planinar restaurants on our first two nights in Kolasin and left this restaurant until last. Although it tries to compete with the Vodenica in terms of folksy interior, national dishes and similar pricing, it disappointed as our national dish was served at best luke warm even though there were only two others in the restaurant and no pressure on the kitchen or waiter. Unfortunately the waiter's English was very poor and he didn't speak other languages apart from Montnegrin, so his response essentially was limited to a 'sorry' and shrug of the shoulders. Perhaps we were unlucky but the other two restaurants seem a safer bet.
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