We were on our way back from Bulgaria and stopped for an overnight break. The hotel had no restaurant but the receptionist gave vague details for finding somewhere nearby. After several unfruitful searches we headed to an area where it seemed popular with locals, Novi Grad.Here there were a selection of small eateries and better still..parking. We looked at the menu of la Porta and were warmly welcomed by the owner who, lacking English, called a young man to serve us.Just travelling through we wished to pay by Card or in Euros (not the country's currency).We were assured this was OK and chose local dishes from the menu. Our waiter was very attentive and described the dishes on the menu to us( Serbia still uses the cyrillic script but transfers the phonetics into Latin script). My husband declared his Beef dish to be delicious and my stuffed chicken was excellent. With starters and drinks this set us back 22 Euros! As we were leaving we assured the owner and our waiter we would recommend them to Trip Advisor and were introduced to the chef who was by this time finished in the kitchen. Novi Grad is a suburb of Belgrade where the Old Town (maybe more picturesque) can be a nightmare to park.