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All reviews meat platter salad lamb potatoes soups live music serbian music skadarlija street bohemian quarter traditional restaurant local food huge portions nice atmosphere hats musicians waiters rakija
Amazi g staff and delicious food! I would recommend Leskovacki ustipci, they have the best ones! Also they have a very decent selection of drinks. Of you are looking for a place to try Serbian dishes this is the place to be!
I visited this restaurant with friends for lunch. We ordered starters and main dishes - and soon discovered that the starters alone were enough to get full!
The tavče na gravče - Serbian baked beans - were some of the best tasting beans I have...ever tasted. They arrived warm, but if they had arrived really hot, they probably would have been even better. Still, I am not complaining! The sarma (
a Serbian cabbage roll) also was delicious and could, on its own, be a very inexpensive lunch. One portion - of quite a large size (and with mashed potatoes) costs around 2 euros and would not leave me hungry if I had nothing else to eat. The ajvar and the roasted peppers also were exceptionally good, as was the bread served with the starters.
The main dishes also were good, but not nearly as good as the starters. We had steak with mushroom sauce. It was good, but a bit bland.
The ambiance was quite special. It reminded one of old Belgrade, without in any way seeming kitschy.
When we arrived, the restaurant was nearly empty, which made for a pleasant lunch. Eventually, smokers started arriving and polluted the atmosphere. The restaurant is quite large - I would strongly recommend setting up a non-smoking area.More
This hidden gem is well known to Belgradians as it is located in the area which is actually one street called Skadarlija, known for its excellent food. The walk into Stari Grad can either come through the tree lined roads of Dorcol or approached from...parliament Square, south. This vintage urban area has a myriad of small cobblestone streets which date back to Ottoman rule. ( Tip: don't wear heels!) Arriving at the restaurant Tri Sesaria ( three hats) one should take a seat. No need to wait on ceremony at the entrance! Be mindful not to take up a table for 6 when you are a party of 2..this establishment caters for large groups. Tri Sesaria has a large covered outdoor area and a comfy indoor area. You will be given a warm welcome and a menu in Serbian and English. Don't be safe, the menu is extensive and the food divine. Orders arrive quickly and great care is taken to ensure a too class service. As you are pondering your order, the live music will not have gone unnoticed. Don't panic, the 5 man mobile band will not approach until your food is on the table. Of course they take requests but I suggest you leave the choice to them if your knowledge of Serbian folk music is non existent!
You should provide a tip to the band around 500 RSD (4 euros) per song. They won't play more than you want, so embrace the experience! All in all a super local experience with great food at fair prices.More
A fantastic place to share time with a group of friends or collegues. Traditional Serbian food, meat, meat and side of meat :) Being facasious, you can order a la carte to your liking. Service is fantastic and formal, yet human. If you are passing...through, or on your first visit, make sure you make time. You will take it a sentimental trip to Belgrade at beginning of last century, with all the its charms.More
After a lovely walk visiting the St Marks church and the Temple of Sava I decided to go for lunch and found this magnificent place in the Bohemian quarter .
The staff were very friendly and were attentive .
I decided to eat outside and...loved the decor outside .
The food was immense . I ordered the Karadordeva Snicla which is meat (I went for pork ) wrapped in breadcrumbs and cheese served with chips vegetables and tartare sauce . It was absolutely devine.
If you are looking for traditional Serbian cuisine then definitely take a pop in here . You will love it .More
Honestly, I expected more. I have been there twice, and will go again, but during day-time. I like to see what I eat and like to hear what the man next to me is talking. Both times we had to shout at each over the...table other because the bands are too loud and too pushy. But, I strongly recommend it, just go there and relax or even sing along with the band. The food is good, and the service is fast and politeMore
Tri sesira is a great restaurant with excelent serbian food!It is situated in Skadarlija, which is the most famous part of the city with a lot of different restaurants.Tri sesira is very big,has a huge terrase where you can enjoy delicious food and drink.The staff...is great.All in all the best place to visit in Beograd if you wanna taste serbian food and music (live music all night long). Great!More
Nice place in Belgrade in famous Skadarlija street. This is a place where you can try traditional cuisine in traditional restaurant look while you can listen traditional live music. Amazing experience and one of a kind! My recommendation!