I heard the story of the 'house despite' and opted to have lunch there, the house itself was beautiful, quirky and characterful, definitely worth a visit. I had a huge chicken salad, freshly prepared and nicely presented. The waiter was friendly and invited me to look around the restaurant after I had finished eating. The price was similar to other restaurants I had visited but more expensive than the traditional food sellers which I would describe as cafés rather than restaurants. My only warning to visitors is to beware of Bosnian coffee... It is very strong compared to expresso in the UK and most other places I have visited... One coffee during the day and I don't get much sleep, won't have any today!!!
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