I was very pleased to find out this restaurant on the first of three nights i spent in Belgrade. It was kinda easy to spot, since it was packed with people (inside and outside, and it is impressively big). When I don't have any know how I follow the rule: Always search for the place, full with people, usually there is a good reason for that. I was not disappointed!
First, there was the food - amazing, traditional and exactly what a foreigner would be interested in experiencing.
Secondly, there was the dunja - rakiya made of quince and honey, the best part - home made! And that's for real. I've searched all the stores looking for anything like it to bring home - no luck.
Saving best for last, there were the tamburaši - musicians, going around the table and singing traditional Serbian songs (Goran Bregovich experience). That was sooo fun!
I was surprised that we were the only foreigners, everybody around us were Serbian - parties of 10-15 people, on a week night, celebrating or just socializing, drinking, singing and dancing. There is something about the Serbian culture in general - people are so warm and positive, that just being around them makes you happier.
You can tell I really love that place!
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