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Dy Kitarrat

Thanks to Albanian friends we found yet another superb restaurant. This one, Dy Kitarrat, is in Durres. We skipped the pizza and had plate after plate of superb fresh seafood washed down with good Sicilian wine. We also had live music from the two brothers who own the place and some of their friends. Highly recommended.

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Anonymous said…
I always go with my dad there
Anonymous said…
what's the address? directions???

i'll try it next time i'm there.

thanks in advance.
olli said…
If you click on the link it will take you to the website for the restaurant with the address and contact numbers.

As best as I can describe it, coming from Tirana you take the right hand exit for Durres and follow the road until you come to the railway station. Turn left there and head down the road that takes you past the port and along the sea front.

Keep going until you are past the fairground and big statue. A little further on there is an entrance way on the left to the restaurant which is set a little way back off the road.
Anonymous said…
lol, 2 paragraphs for an address. That's how I direct people to that place, too.
When will we have our postal codes and exact adresses? It was something like late 2008.
Anonymous said…
OMT has officially become an Albanian. Only and Albanian can give directions like that.LOL

Last time I asked for directions during my visit. They told me- It's at Gjykata Vjeter. I was like-Une nuk di Gjykata Re forget Gjykata Vjeter. LOL
Anonymous said…
I see US money stuck on the synthesizer.
Anonymous said…
I see US money stuck on the synthesizer.
Anonymous said…
Is the best restaurant in albania.
Anonymous said…
I thank all of You for what You have written and describe about my restaurant! I promiss You that "2 Kitarrat Restaurant" will always be in the top and for Your pleasure the 2 guitars will everyday sound!

Sincerly,
The Owner Adil Beqiraj.

PS: You can contact me in the phone number: +355 68 2021992 or e-mail adress: abeqiraj@albmail.com
Anonymous said…
pershendetje pronareve te lokalit me te mir ne durres.adil dhe nina jeni fantastik dhe shum mikeprites me nostalgji ju pershendet nje mike e juaja nga kosova a....

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