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18th Arr. - Buttes-Montmartre
1.0 km from Basilique du Sacre-Coeur de Montmartre
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Reviewed 5 March 2020

Great food, friendly staff, really enjoyed cevapi. I live in UK so was really excited to have Serbian food in Paris as you can't find it where I live. Would definitely recommend this place, even for Balkan standards it's awesome!

Date of visit: March 2020
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Reviewed 12 January 2020 via mobile

We had Sarma which was average, it has the look of a Sarma but the taste was bland. Okay i like it with the smokey taste of the bacon « Slanina », but it was missing seasoning. Perhaps, out of Serbia, the Sarma tastes like this....

Date of visit: January 2020
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Reviewed 9 April 2018

When we visited this restaurant it was November 2016. We ordered a plate with meat and some side dishes. Food was good but the portion was around 45 euros and it was too small for that price for us. Coming from Balkan and visited Serbia...several times I only can say that Serbian dishes are regularly richer in choice and size. I understand that this is Paris and prices are higher but the portion size should be bigger. Quality was good but really nothing special when you tried something from Serbia (or anywhere in Balkan).More

Date of visit: November 2017
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Reviewed 3 April 2018 via mobile

Very nice serbian restaurant with great, traditional food that tastes very goood! The starters, plates and desserts are authentic and the portions are big! The food is great. The service is really nice as well. Just give it a try and you‘ll not be disappointed.

Date of visit: April 2018
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Reviewed 9 September 2015

Great place for Serbian and Balkan food in Paris. The cheese appetizers are particularly delicious. I've been a couple times with friends and we've tried most of the grilled meats and really enjoyed them. The restaurant offers affordable Balkan wines, as well as French. We...were always served by the same very friendly woman, maybe the proprietor. The decor is folksy and fun. Bathrooms were very clean. The only reason I give 4 stars and not 5 is because the portions are a little small for the price. Highly recommend, and is a must-do if you are in the 18th and want something other than French or Italian!More

Date of visit: August 2015
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Reviewed 16 March 2015 via mobile

We have decided for some traditional serbian food, and picked this restaurant by a recommendation. It was delicious. You get welcomed by decor that evokes home feeling. Woody and warm, adding to your experience. Same goes for service, very welcoming and in friendly manner as...serbians are. We haven't reserved a table, so when we walked in 14.25, we were reminded that they close at 15. We found this unpleasant because of idea we have to rush. Otherwise food was delicious! Their traditional "čevapi" (rolled minced meat) was proper and "prebranac" (baked beans) was superb. Besides, red serbian vine can measure up to french standard (slightly stronger & velvety). Must give it a try.More

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Reviewed 4 July 2014

I was invited to this restaurant by a French friend who also has Serb ancestry and he discovered this small cozy place a few months ago, even though it has been serving a loyal clientele for several years. He confirmed the authenticity of the cuisine,...service and the decor. In the heart of a mixed ethnic neighbourhood in the 18th arr. in Paris, this traditional Serb restaurant serves up everything to it's word including beer and wine from their country natal. It is recommended to try the formula lunch to taste a variety of specialties but careful, it is copious and filling...a tad heavy. The plate of grilled marinated meats/chicken was good and tasty with potatoes and rice, the appetizers and other dishes resemble other Mediterranean plates including stuffed cabbage rolls, cheese filled pastry appetizers, feta salad, baklava...the bread was served warm and fresh from the oven but heavy. The ambiance is authentic rustic Serbian style (Balkan) with posters of the monarchy, girls costume dresses and it feels like a wooded cabin in the country. If you like ethnic food experiences with friends and family, this is worth a try for fun, good food and real service.More

Date of visit: July 2014
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Reviewed 19 June 2014

When you're in Paris and want a taste of Serbia, go to the 18th arrondissement and try this restaurant for a change of pace when you're tired of dining on other ethnic food, and especially if you're hungry. It's a little off the beaten track...in a neighbourhood that is called Little Serbia. The place is closed on Mondays, and early dining on a Tuesday, for example, is not crowded and laid back. The staff is welcoming, helpful, and speak French (of course), plus a little English in addition to their native language. The menu is rather varied, with explanations of the Serbian names in French. There are dishes to suit most palates. We tried the plate of mixed hors d'oeuvres - very tasty - with a selection of sauces, cheeses and slices of charcuterie, served with a side of bread. Very filling. Then the stuffed "Karadjordjeva" pork (Escalope de porc farcie), and "Punjena Bela Vesalica",a huge rolled piece of pork stuffed with cheese that is deep fried and looks like an overweight pig-in-the-blanket (very tasty and very filling). Delicious homemade fried potatoes were served with each. One of us tried a Serbian twist on "petit choux à la crème for dessert". It was good. The glass of Serbian wine was OK. The Serbian beer was watery. These were the only negative aspects of an otherwise very rewarding visit and dinner. The place could get noisy and busy later in the evening. Call to see if you need a reservation. There are plenty of other dishes to choose from, but whatever you select, you'll leave full and satisfied. Prices are also very reasonable for such large portions and especially for Paris.The street is rather quiet and there's an interesting Serbian Orthodox church on the same street. Au Pays Natal also offers brunch on Sundays but check if it is seasonal.More

Date of visit: June 2014
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Reviewed 5 January 2014

For everyone who likes a meat in the plate better than the salad, this restaurant is the right place to go. The ambient is nice and cosy - typical Serbian style with pictures of historical heroes on the walls. We were served by the daughter...of the owner who was very kind and hospitable. If you visit this restaurant, among other things on the menu, you definitely have to try Serbian specialties such as: rakija, kajmak i ajvar.More

Date of visit: June 2013
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Zavicaj au Pays Natal is rated accordingly in the following categories by Tripadvisor travellers:
  • Food: 4
  • Service: 4
  • Value: 4
  • Atmosphere: 4