Regent Porto Montenegro Unveils Revamped ‘Murano’ Restaurant

By Paul Joseph

Regent Porto Montenegro, a luxury hotel at the heart of one of the world’s most vibrant superyacht communities, has reopened its acclaimed Murano restaurant, complete with a glittering new design and menu.

Previously called The Dining Room, the revamped restaurant now boasts the name ‘Murano’, and is billed as offering a more casual and informal dining experience for its guests than its predecessor – but without compromising on any of the style and elegance that has become synonymous with Porto Montenegro in recent years.

 A warm, inviting and relaxed atmosphere is enhanced by the new interiors, with shades of blue in the wallpaper, warm red in the artwork, bold bright chandeliers and midnight blue chairs adding fresh pops of colour to the room.

This colour palette, together with a classical terrace, are inspired by the Venetian heritage of nearby Boka Bay. From the Venetian craftmanship and glassware on the island of Murano – the inspiration behind the restaurant’s name – to the blue waters of the Adriatic and the luxury marina of Porto Montenegro, the design remains true to the destination, with a luxury twist.

Meanwhile the menu, wine list and ambience are all inspired by Montenegrin culture and cuisine, It will offer traditional and contemporary dishes using the freshest seafood, caught on the hotel’s doorstep, alongside locally sourced, seasonal ingredients.

“This is a foodie haven and its standards of excellence, paired with distinct and timeless creativity, has many parallels to the Murano Island and its famous craftsmanship in glassware,” says Kai Dieckmann, General Manager at Regent Porto Montenegro.  

“The restaurant is in the Venezia Wing just steps from Porto Montenegro’s Venetian Square – so the name ‘Murano’ was the perfect final piece of the puzzle.” 

Porto Montenegro has become one of Europe’s great emerging superyacht destinations in recent years, and has played host to some of the world’s biggest and most beautiful yachts during that time.

By Paul Joseph