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About Ordering Food in Montenegrin

Hungry? How to start buying meals in Montenegrin? These are typically many of the questions you’ll have whenever travelling in a Montenegrin speaking nation. Learn More

Regardless if you are going to reside in a Montenegrin speaking country or going on a short visit there, finding out how to purchase food in Montenegrin is very important. Going out at Montenegrin eateries and cafes generally is a lot of pleasure, particularly if you fully understand some fundamental Montenegrin restaurant vocab. More …
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We now have stated various typical meal relevant terms in Montenegrin, listed below, hoping they might help you if you are ordering food items in Montenegrin.

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Click the link to know the Montenegrin dinner words quickly which you can use for purchasing food items in Montenegrin dining places and coffee shops.

A table for one person/two people, please.(sto za jednu/dvije osobe,molim )
Can I look at the menu, please?(mogu li pogledati u jelovnik )
Can I look in the kitchen?(mogu li pogledati u kuhinju )
Is there a house specialty?(ima li specijalitet kuce )
Is there a local specialty?(ima li lokalni specijalitet )
I'm a vegetarian.(ja sam vegetarijanac )
I don't eat pork.(ne jedem svinjetinu )
I don't eat beef.('ne jedem govedinu)
I only eat kosher food.(jedem samo svjezu hranu)
Can you make it "lite", please? (less oil/butter/lard)(mozete li spremiti s manje masti )
fixed-price meal( )
a la carte(po jelovniku )
breakfast(dorucak )
lunch(rucak )
tea (meal)( )
supper(vecera )
I want _____.(htio/la bih )
I want a dish containing _____.(h bi jelo koje sadrzi )
beef(govedinu )
fish(ribu )
ham(virslu )
sausage(kobasicu )
cheese(sir )
eggs(jaja )
salad(salatu )
(fresh) vegetables(svjeze povrce )
(fresh) fruit(svjeze voce )
bread(hleb )
toast(tost )
noodles(kiflice )
rice(pirinac )
beans(zrna )
May I have a glass of _____?(mogu li dobiti casu )
May I have a cup of _____?(mogu li dobiti solju )
May I have a bottle of _____?(mogu li dobiti bocu )
coffee(kafe )
tea (drink)(caja )
juice(soka )
(bubbly) water(mineralne vode )
(still) water(obicne vode )
beer(piva )
red/white wine(crvenog/bijelog vina )
May I have some _____?(mogu li dobiti malo )
salt(soli )
black pepper(crnog bibera )
butter(maslaca )
Excuse me, waiter? (getting attention of server)(izvinite, konobar )
I'm finished.(zavrsio/la sam )
It was delicious.(bilo je izvrsno)
Please clear the plates.(molim ocistite tanjire )
The check, please.(racun,molim )

Select the links directly below to check out a number of helpful Montenegrin travel words that are organized by category. For each holiday phrase in Montenegrin, there’ll be the actual English translation.

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