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.
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