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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