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NOBU SVETI STE­FAN

There’s a unique joy to sit­ting down to Nobu in a coun­try like Mon­tene­gro. Just across the wa­ter from Aman, it’s won­der­fully out of place. Sure, the Black Cod needs to be flown in, but it’s wholly fa­mil­iar and un­com­pro­mised. NOBURESTAURANTS.COM

GALION

On the wa­ter near Budva, you owe it to your­self to find Galion: pull to­gether a friend or five for an im­pos­si­ble ar­ray of de­lec­ta­ble seafood that’s only topped by the as­ton­ish­ment that the mi­nus­cule bill brings. +382 32 325 054

CONTE

Lit­tle sur­prise Conte has views that will floor you. Yes, the seafood is won­der­ful. But it’s the wine list that’s more likely to linger in your mind, weeks af­ter the hol­i­day’s over. Get a taxi, ar­rive at dusk – you don’t want to skip the sun­set. HOTELCONTE.ME

AMAN SVETI STE­FAN

The in-house restau­rant at Aman ranks as one of Mon­tene­gro’s best. Hap­pily, it to­tally de­fies what a ho­tel restau­rant can be. The views here war­rant a lengthy predin­ner drink, and the tak­ing of a very slow ap­pe­tiser. We sug­gest work­ing your way through any num­ber of the tremen­dous hero dishes – and a bot­tle of Mon­tene­grin wine. AMAN.COM

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