Delicious barbecue in a typical Serbian kafana. Service was quick and we were very satisfied with the dishes.
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Went there with my foreigner friend, the atmosphere and music was relaxing and pleasant. We tried some traditional Serbian soup, "ćevapi" with ajvar, and fresh bread. It was tasty and good. Waiter was friendly and helpful. So much helpful that he even demonstrated to my...More
Recommend. Food was delicious, huge portions. Waiters are polite, friendly, helpful, usually all of them are older but all speak English. Cool little restaurant from inside looks really authentic with small old tables and chears, you can seat also outside in garden. Service was very...More
Food was delicious, huge portions, mostly based on meat. Waiters are polite, friendly, helpful, usually all of them are older but all speak English. Restaurant from inside looks really authentic with small old tables and chears, you can seat also outside in garden. Recommend.
Question mark is a typical Serbian Kafana in a very centric spot of the city. For what I have been told, is most of the most famous ones. Authentic tavern where traditional food (and abundant) and drinks are served.
The food was serves promptly and showcased a variety of Serbian dishes. While most of it was very good, the ribs were dry and very salty. My expat friends who live in Belgrade were disappointed. I was not. I would still visit it again for...More
Very old and historic place, delicious Serbian - traditional food, especially meat balls, huge portions. One of our friends daughter tried to close doors, because of wind she felt, but waitress was extremely rude, he was speaking with raised voice, with so much anger. I...More
We went there as a 4 people group at around 1 pm. 3 ordered soup UNFORTUNATELY!! It was terrible with unknown kind of added fat oil to it. All 3 of us were feeling very bad till night! Waiter did not bring all 3 orders...More
Restaurant built in a house as the traditional Balkan style at the late 18th century (I guess). Once you get inside you actually go back 18th-19th century. So, if you are looking for fine dining experience or modern place this might not be your forte....More