Restaurant "Sent Andrea" is a favorite place for connoisseurs of seafood because of the unique offer of fresh catch of the Adriatic fishermen who arrive daily straight from the fishing trawlers and top chefs specialized in preparing seafood specialties.
The real connoisseurs unmistakably feel the difference between farmed fish and authentic, valuable catch from depths of the Adriatic, as well as the fine nuances of flavor that depends on freshness and preparation methods. The unique offer that completes this elegant yet unpretentious seaside atmosphere, is the expertly selected wine from all over the Mediterranean, the music and excellent service.
Apart from the most respected type of Adriatic fish grilled in salt, baked, cleaved in half and roasted on charcoal on the table ... our restaurant offers shrimp, prawns, octopus and a rich selection of sea shells, four types of sea fish stew, ugly fish soup, sea fish stew, as well as various other seafood specialties made by well-guarded recipes ...
A juncture of highest international standards and Serbian hospitality, stylish ambiance, warm Mediterranean atmosphere, a prestigious location on the banks of the Danube, thirty years of experience and unique culinary offer makes "Sent Andrea" an ideal place for true hedonists. Whether you are looking for a representative place for business meetings, a romantic retreat or a place for family gatherings Saint Andrea is the right place.
Besides the unique offer of freshly caught fish and seafood on the menu "Sent Andrea" has a rich selection of freshwater fish as well as selected specialties of Mediterranean and international cuisine.
In its rich history this restaurant had the honor to host the most prestigious guests from Zemun and Belgrade and their guests from around the world. There are many legendary stories circling about "Sent Andrea", we try to stay remembered and contribute to creation of new ones.
"Sent Andrea" takes you back to a time when restaurants were places with a soul, an oasis of joy, true hedonism and culinary delights.
Welcome to the Zemun quay, welcome to the "Sent Andrea".