Karuzo is a cozy small restaurant which me and my friend visited on the third day of our stay in Sarajevo, tired of meat-only proposals of other places. We ordered one of meals of the day, pumpkin gratin with goat cheese, and it was delicious! Sushi was good too, although not the best. Sacha and his wife really put their soul into dishes they make. Beware however that the price level of the place is higher than average in Sarajevo, main courses on the menu are around 8-9 euro each (fish is more expensive). Probably this is the reason why Karuzo is more popular among foreigners and it's rare to see locals dining there.
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