Dining at Aman Sveti Stefan

There are manifold restaurants and dining options available at Aman Sveti Stefan, both on Sveti Island and at Villa Milocer. From late-October to end of April, the Island and its facilities are closed, but Villa Milocer remains open. Most are available to both guests and non-residents. Contact the resort team to make a reservation at Arva or Villa Milocer Restaurant: 

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Cliff Pool Bar 

Set beside the idyllic adults-only infinity pool on Sveti Stefan Island, the Cliff Pool Bar serves light snacks and refreshments throughout the day. Flanked by pine trees, the bar and poolside take in the sublime panorama of the Adriatic and Budva Bay, making it a picturesque location for special events and celebrations. 

Rakija Bar

The quintessential spot to admire the sun setting over the sea and watch the lights of Budva town twinkling across the water, Rakija is Sveti Stefan Island’s main bar. Attached to Arva restaurant, it offers an extensive and inventive signature cocktail menu that celebrates local spirits – such as the rakija fruit brandy that gives the bar its name. 

Queen's Beach Grill

Basking in dappled sunlight filtered through cypress trees and century-old olive groves, the Queen’s Beach Grill enjoys an idyllic alfresco setting right on the shore. Serving the seasonal Aman Spa menu and fresh Mediterranean fare including pizzas, fresh salads and seafood cooked to order, it is open throughout the day exclusively to resort guests. 

The wine of Aman Sveti Stefan 

Montenegro’s rare Vranac vines produce a dry red wine unique to the Balkans. A distant ancestor of zinfandel and primitivo, the grape’s name means ‘black stallion’ – a nod to its powerful flavour. In collaboration with local winemaker, Goran Radevic, of Radevic Estate, Aman is proud to help preserve this exceptional variety in its signature wine, Aman Sveti Stefan Vranac.