Being a vegetarian in Belgrade for 15 years is not an easy thing believe me :) When I find out about Radost I was really happy. There was several unsuccessful attempts to maintain vegan/vegetarian restaurants here but unfortunately it did not payed of for the owners. I think that Radost will have more success on their culinary journey.
Radost is placed in old building looking over the Kalemegdan, but also looking over the very busy road, so don't sit next to the open window cos it gets a bit loud. From the outside you wont see it at first so don't get confused, when you enter the building it is in the first apartment on the right hand side. It is not completely smoke free but it doesn't get to smoky.
Interior is mix between traditional and modern, and it gives you a good vibe and with nice music in the back ground you will enjoy spending time there.
Wednesday menu was consisting of one starter, one soup, one salad, two main dishes and two deserts and one main dish that was of the menu. Two of us had meze for starters consisting of some nice thin tortillas and 4 different dipping souses and olives on the side. Humus was nice and all the other souses could use a bit more salt just to enhance the taste of the ingredients.
For main dish we had veggie burgers and Mexican tortillas with fresh salad and one veggie kebab. Burger again needed more taste in it, tortillas were nice and salad had some great fresh dressing with dried fruit. Portion size was just enough.
The highlight of the lunch was desert consisting of carrot cake which was amazing, every bite was full of taste and harmony and fresh vegan fruit ice cream that was refreshing and subtle.
They also blend for you fresh juices and have take away option. Ingredients were fresh and all was made from scratch.
Service was really helpful, explaining to details every dish and taking care of you.
All in all visiting Radost was pleasant experience, and I would recommend it to all fellow vegans and vegetarians but also to carnivores to try something new, and indulge fresh approach to everyday food. I wish nothing but good luck to Radost in widening their menu and attracting more new visitors and helping in creating some new Belgrade food scene.
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