Serbian Food: Top 10 Restaurants

Serbian Food: Top 10 Restaurants

Serbian Food: Top 10 Restaurants Pljeskavica, sarma, kiseli kupus & podvarak... You've heard all about it and now you want to try it.  Honestly, Serbian food can be very similar wherever you go, but if you want to be sure you'll get the right quality and reasonable prices, follow our Serbian food restaurants list! The list contains restaurants that are pure tradition and haven't changed in last 20 years, but there are also ones that always try to do Serbian food with a twist and something new. Orašac Orašac is located just opposite to Monument of Vuk. The restaurant is very spacious, with the traditional Serbian look, Serbian historic heroes observing the guests from the pictures, and domestic music quietly coming from the speakers. Interior of Orašac is decorated with authentic Serbian possessions, such as rugs from Pirot or true kafana tables. Read more about it in our post about Orašac. Address: Kralja Aleksandra 122 (Vračar) Manufaktura This place is all about details. From really special and delicious...
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Reviewing Balkan brunch

Reviewing Balkan brunch

Reviewing Balkan Brunch Last Friday Serb in Dubai was invited to be a part of a tasty event called Balkan Brunch. Since Serb in Dubai is a huge fan of domestic food and atmosphere, it wasn't so hard to convince him on this step. The event started at 3 Pm and from the beginning it was obvious that organizers of this event took care of everything. Opposite of other restaurants, Balkan brunch accept families with the kids and guess what? They have a free entrance. It was lovely to see youngsters enjoying various food from a Balkan kitchen. Speaking of the food, hosts of this event brought chefs from our region so the taste was so delicious like my grandmother made it. There was also a vegetarian section. It is necessary to mention that there was a live performance where singer made us feel like in Kafana. Funnily enough, hosts took care even about the table covers and checkered tablecloth completed the...
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Enjoy your Friday at the Balkan brunch

Enjoy your Friday at the Balkan brunch

Balkan brunch Most people in Dubai are using "Friday to Friday" living system. Basically, means - can't wait for a weekend so I don't watch clients, bosses and other annoying humans anymore. Friday is a day for fun. [If you do not work in hospitality - carry on] There is a dozen of stuff to do but only a few of them will gather you and your friends on one spot. In Serbia, we call them Posela, in Dubai it's called Brunch. You probably saw a bunch of videos with drunk Westerns falling in fountains and behaving like they are on Zakinthos. The event where you pay to test your liver and where ladies move like Captain Jack Sparrow. Yes, that is brunch. For a long time, we were forced to visit this non-pleasant-for-the-eye places. Until now. Pedja and his friends decided to say NO Pasaran!!! After few attempts, they successfully managed to create first and only Balkan brunch. Thank you, guys. You found one more...
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Incredible India

Incredible India

In the heart of India Around 3 years ago my arse was fitting armchair in the suburb of Belgrade (Kumodraz city). The clock showed 4 PM and that was a sign that Tv channel needs to be moved to number 701 or the Travel channel. Approximately 5.1 times per hour there was a commercial about Incredible India. Spiritual, monumental place which is the homeland of 1.3 billion people never actually made a big impression on me. I was deceived by numerous viral videos of primitive people who harm each other with no reason. I was sure that my foot will never step on Indian soil. Three years later here I am, standing in a queue for eVisa at Indira Gandhi airport in Delhi. To be frank, I will never do that if there were not a lot of amazing Indian people in Dubai who convince me to try. Obviously, my mother wasn't convinced. A daily controller of my digestion tablets collection, she was the only difficulty I felt in...
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Ultimate Belgrade Summer Guide

Ultimate Belgrade Summer Guide

Summer in Belgrade is hot. Temperatures are high, usually above 35°C, and city concrete almost starts to melt down under the Sun. The reason why you shouldn't worry about it is that Belgrade is built on the confluence of two large rivers, Sava and Danube, that help us cool down and that send us refreshing breeze. Your to-do list when traveling to Belgrade in the summertime can be almost limitless. Sometimes we feel like the only summer of double length can be enough to drink every coffee, every glass of wine, to soak every sun ray, visit every party. This is why you need to be precise about what you want out of summer in Belgrade. This is our little Summertime Belgrade guide! Belgrade Makes You Feel Like You're at the Seaside Did you know that Belgrade has its own seaside? :) It actually is how we call Ada Ciganlija - "More Beograda" or Belgrade sea. Ada is a river island on Sava that is incredibly well arranged so that you...
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