The name Montenegro, which means “Black Mountain” is reflective of the diversity in nature and subsequently the food.
Montenegro cuisine has been shaped over the years by the culinary traditions of the Slavs, Hungarians and Turks.
And, even so, the country has its own national dishes divided by the three main geographical conditions. Food from mountains, lakes and coast.
In the food guides below, we invite you to discover Montenegro food and national cuisine.
Njeguški prosciutto, kajmak, Njegusi cheese, Vranac and Krstač wines are just a few of the country’s culinary gems.
Taste Montenegro in the articles below.
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