This restaurant was recently opened in a lively and popular part of Podgorica. It was named after the mandarin fruit. As a result, the colour of mandarin prevails in this place. In addition, other natural colours can be noticed throughout the restaurant, such as yellow and green, as well as the colour of wood. They all create a very warm and vibrant atmosphere. Also, different plants make the whole place look more natural and cosy. There are two skeletons of a house with lianas growing on it. It is expected that once they fully grow the skeletons will look like completed houses wrapped in green. One feels at home, as if sitting on a terrace.
Personally, as a student of environmental studies, I find the place environmentally friendly. I like to sit with my fellow students and drink tea or enjoy lunch.
I personally recommend gnocchi with zucchini and salmon and baked ravioli stuffed with cheese. Some of the best Montenegrin wines would complement the taste of the dishes from their menu.