As a first time tourist in Belgrade I wanted to experience a real Serbian restaurant with locals and traditional fare. Armed with my Google map I set out to walk there. Be advised that the street names (in some version of cyrillic) are difficult and the landmarks that Google referenced are not helpful. Eventually I asked a policeman and found my way. The street schematic on the Google map was accurate. Once there in midafternoon I asked for an English speaking person and was seated promptly. The menu was not in English but I recognized goulash and ordered it and a local beer. Very soon my meal arrived. The goulash was served in a large bowl...lots of meat, potatoes, and sauce. The flavors were not pronounced, but the food was tasty. The waiter brought a hard, hearty roll which was good for dipping in the sauce. Be advised that there is a small charge for the bread. I thought the meal and the experience of getting there was actually quite delightful. Several patrons were seated outside along the sidewalk....a nice alternative....but the atmosphere indoors was also wonderful.
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