3 restaurants join the MICHELIN Guide selectionThe Metropolitan Grill, located close to the Museum of Contemporary Art, within the grounds of an international hotel chain, puts Mediterranean cuisine in the limelight. In a cosmopolitan setting, where Serbian, Balkan and Oriental influences rub shoulders, the à la carte dishes will satisfy even the most exacting palates.
With an eclectic musical ambiance and affording unobstructed city vistas, SkyLounge delivers contemporary cuisine with international flavors, merging Asian and Mediterranean influences. The fish selection is to die for!
At Twenty Two, perched on the tenth floor of the Hotel Metropol, in the university district, the cuisine is renowned for its high quality and the cocktail bar for its sophistication. The pleasant experience is complemented by the 360-degree city panorama, enabling gourmets to experience incredible sunset views.
As well as these three new addresses, all of the establishments listed in the 2022 edition of the MICHELIN Guide Belgrade appear in the 2023 selection. Among them, Iva New Balkan Cuisine is once more heralded for its excellent price-quality ratio and thus holds on to its Bib Gourmand distinction.
The selection of restaurants recommended by the MICHELIN Guide Belgrade 2023 can be found free of charge on the MICHELIN Guide website and application.
It comes in addition to the Guide’s hotel selection, which sheds light on the most exclusive and unmissable places to stay in Belgrade and worldwide. Each hotel in the Guide is chosen for its style, service and exceptional character, (with packages to suit all budgets) and can be booked directly on the MICHELIN Guide website and application. In Belgrade, discover the perfect addresses for young and shoestring travelers, such as Mama Shelter Belgrade, mountain lodges including Viceroy Kopaonik, and creator’s boutique hotels like Townhouse 27 and Hotel Indigo.
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