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During our stay in Sarajewo this was practically our home for 5 days.
We tried: vegan burger, pizza quatro formaggi, thai veggie, veggie pastry pad, cesar salad, penne with shrimps , chicken skewers and risotto with mushrooms and spinach. Everything was...unbelievably tasty! 😍
The waiter Edin and the cook Dani fulfilled all of our special wishes(even quatro formaggi with rucola and corn 🙊) .
The waiter was especially attentive and caring but still very professional!
We also liked interior design of this restaurant pretty much. Very nice and comfy.
Beside the great food, the greatest asset of this restaurant is its lovely employees!
Thank you for treating us so nice! We hope we'll soon have the possibility to come again!
P.S. You have to try Klopa cake! 💋More
Wonderful service from Selvedin who made us feel very welcomed, remembered our names throughout the night and was able to cater for our vegetarian friends and make multiple recommendations. The food was fantastic and portions very generous. The place is definitely worth it actually made...our trip to Sarajevo more memorable.More
A small trendy place near the cathedral serving tasty breakfast, lunch and dinner. It's mostly European and local cuisine. I had the cimbur and Ceasars salad, both tasty but also nothing to rave about. Service provided by the staff was very friendly and helpful. It's...certainly a nice restaurant to visit but it lacks a wow factor.More
An amazing breakfast place directly in the heart of Sarajevo. We got our scrambled eggs with ham/sausage in two iron skillets, some freshly (still warm) bread and sour cream - excellent! Bosnian coffee served in traditional copper cans with some Turkish delight to go! Our...waiter was Edin and he’s extremely polite, speaks fluent English (helpful for my Austrian partner) and has a typical Sarajevo „čaršija“ sense of humor.
Prices are absolutely acceptable, one skillet costs 6 BAM (around 3€), big bottle of water 5 BAM (2,5€), Bosnian coffee only 3 BAM (1,5€). Loved it and would visit again.More