My husband and I went with his siblings and spouces for a relaxing evening with dinner and drinks, we wern't disappointd! This old dairy building in South St. Louis was transformed into a beautiful old world restaurant with a warm fire in the beautiful wood burning fireplace.
There were three couples, each ordering a different appitizer to share, the Cauliflower Schnitzel was wonderful along with the Polenta and Cevapi-a Balkan style sausage.
My husband had the Goulash soup, it was so good he could have ordered another bowl. I had the special, Braised Beef Short Ribs, it was so tender I could cut it with my fork. My husband had the Mixed Grbic Plate, it was big enough for two people to share. Needless to say, no one had a bad meal nor anything bad to say.
There desserts aren't the typical American overly sweet indulgence. It was rather bland but good after a rich meal.
They have traditional Yugoslavia beverages and Old World Turkis Coffee which is richer and thicker than traditional coffee's. If your looking for a break from the traditional American meal, try Grbic in Old Duch Town St. Louis, Mo, you wont be dissapointed!
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