We visited this restaurant by accident when we were unable to get into two other restaurants nearby without reservations on a Saturday night.
The pros -- They have a non-smoking section (3 tables!) which is relatively separated from the smoking section, good food, and interesting decor. The food was very good - we had bruschetta (the traditional tomato was better than the prosciutto), bread (pizza crust), steak salad (too much dressing, but that is normal here), and veal with gnocchi (the best thing we ordered, would be great on a really cold day). Interesting decor.
The cons -- Service was good, but they made a big deal out of seating us without reservations when the restaurant was EMPTY both when we entered and when we left. The waitress asked us about dessert before we'd even finished eating our entrees, which is something I expect in the States but not in Serbia where dining tends to be more leisurely. Prices were high for what it was -- a decent Italian restaurant in a generally affordable city. They had a TV on in the small dining room, which was very distracting.
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