On my first taste, I followed the advice of others waiting to be served and I consumed the fish head along with the remaining meat up to the tail. I discovered that I did not particularly care for the taste of the head and avoided it for the next nine fish. The fish were salty, but crispy and flavorful.
In my second try, I purchased a species of fish slightly larger than the first. I decided to eat them in a manner similar to how I eat corn on the cob. I avoided the heads as well as the backbones, and these were even better.
Later, Susan and I enjoyed some slices of fried sausage along with mulled wine as we walked to the train station and our voyage back to Podgorica.