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We had a wonderful dinner yesterday: the food (traditional dishes) was great, the location was very nice and the service was perfect too. We also had a bottle of Bosnian wine, and even though we are Italian we liked it a lot😬
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We were randomly walking around in the area and saw this restaurant. Great location, but terrible food. The salmon was heavily overfried and the ravioli was full of bony stuff. In addition, neither of is got the dishes we ordered. Would not recommend.
I have been there once and had a great meal with nice music. second time with a group , the meal was not great and the show was dull. This time only meal for the group - the exact same one as last year ....More
Lovac is a wonderful place out of the noisy night life in Sarajevo. We had the opportunity to stay in a beautiful garden which made our dinner very nice. The food is of high quality and very well cooked. The menu offer a large choice...More
First time I came there by chance, ate and enjoyed the music. This time I came with my group (I am a tour guide) and we had a separate room . It was not as nice as the main court they have. Instead of music...More
I was here with family for the Ramadan - and was at the end very sorry we have chosen this place for iftar (the first daily meal). Slow service, cold food, small portions, meals without any character. Could serve as a student restaurant, nothing more!
The restaurant is occupy the nice building in the quiet place of the Sarajevo's center. From the times of Austro-Hungary till now it is the headquarter of the Hunter's Society.
The interior and the politeness of the waiter recall the Belle Epoque too. Food is...More
Decided to go here for a quality meal on our last night in Sarajevo and the food was superb. The waiter was also very friendly and we had an interesting talk with him about the city. A real highlight on the menu was the 'domestic...More