Most Popular Restaurants in Mavrovo

Discover the best food in Mavrovo, Republic of Macedonia including Glamour, Mavrovski Merak, Kukja na Mijacite, Hotel Tutto, Campari Restaurant, Kristijan Restaurant, Evropa Garden

1. Glamour

413, Mavrovo Republic of Macedonia +389 70 951 721 Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch Takeout, Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Table Service European
Overall Ratings

5 based on 67 reviews


Reviewed By Tilen B


We had a great time staying here, we slept here for one night, the host Suzana was the best we have ever had, and the food was amazing. One of the best places I have ever been in and will surely return here if I am back in Macedonia.

2. Mavrovski Merak

Mavrovi Anovi, Mavrovo 1256 Republic of Macedonia +389 71 395 161 Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Table Service, Seating Bar, European, Pub, Eastern European, Central European
Mavrovski Merak

Reviewed By T3113QGbrianc - Island of Malta, Malta


Nice and cosy restaurant. Went there for dinner, so we didn't enjoy the views. However the food made up for it. Everything was tasty and well prepared. Good portions and low prices. Definitely give it a try if you're in the area.

3. Kukja na Mijacite

R1202, Mavrovo Republic of Macedonia +389 70 378 333 International, Mediterranean, European, Middle Eastern, Eastern European, Central European
Kukja na Mijacite

Reviewed By zlatkol494

Tranquil and outstanding!

You rarely come across to a place so well thought of and managed. It brings to life absolutely the best of Macedonian traditional cuisine with an exceptional service in great architecture. Highly recommended!

4. Hotel Tutto

Mavrovo Republic of Macedonia
Overall Ratings

4 based on 8 reviews

Hotel Tutto

Reviewed By vi31je - Soenderborg, Denmark

Nice dinner and exellent beakfast

Even as we visited outside the season we had a very nice dinner and an excellent breakfast in Hotel Tutto.If we had known on beforehand and booked our dinner prior to arrival we could have had an excellent slowcooked traitional dinner which we will do next time and advice everyone else to do.The concept for the restaurant is the best of local products and it is very appealing,

5. Campari Restaurant

Mavrovo Republic of Macedonia Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Campari Restaurant

Reviewed By Kemeny

Small restaurant at the foot of the mountain

Nice service, good food for normal price at the foot of the ski-lift. There are tables inside and outside at the terrace. They served delicious food, not a 5 stars restaurant, but here you can eat good foods with good tastes. They serve several types of grilled meats, salads and drinks. Prices are friendly, sizer are good, eg.: burger with cheese (sharska pleskavica) is less than 3 EUR. Staff is overwhelmed, you have to wait for your turn quite much during peek times. There is only one restroom, what really does not serve the needs.Card is accepted.

6. Kristijan Restaurant

Mavrovo 1256 Republic of Macedonia +389 78 423 330 Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Kristijan Restaurant

Reviewed By Kemeny

Scenic view, good and cheap food, nice staff

You can find several restaurants in the nearby with good service. This one has an amazing view to the lake, nice terrace and good, friendly staff. Their food is delicious, well made and quickly served. Card is accepted, no WiFi.

7. Evropa Garden

Vrutok inside Novo Selo, Mavrovo 1230 Republic of Macedonia +389 70 314 010 Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner International

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