Review: If you've travelled in the area you probably know that the best you can hope for is a pizza margarita, or a vegetarian pizza if you're really lucky! So we were really happy to find this place. It's not exclusively vegetarian but it has a huge vegetarian variety (more veggie than non-veggie options) and also an understanding of what vegetarian means, which was really surprising (they advised against ordering a certain sandwich because of the type of cheese in it - wow!) so you don't have to worry about where or how your food was cooked. The menu is fantastic - soups, salads, mains (most came with small side salad and home made herb garlic bread), deserts, sandwiches and freshly made smoothies and fruit juices. We had a lovely meal and yummy sandwiches to go. The Juice Bar is within the walls of the old town, next to the Budva museum - not difficult to find, the old town is quite small and you'll stumble upon it eventually. There's a lovely outdoors seating area, with a mix of sofas, armchairs and chairs, you can sit and watch the world go by while enjoying the only decent vegetarian food you'll find in Budva. I can't give the Juice Bar 5 cows because it's not 100% vegetarian, but it does deserve them!