Service: Everyone here speaks Bosnian and English fluently which is awesome for those of us who are not literate in Bosnian. The hostess was curt and polite getting the two of us to our table fast. Our waiter was also decent and attentive, and checked up on us frequent enough where we did not need to call him over.
Food: I got the beef goulash and apple strudel (pictured below) and my friend got the Grbic Meat Plate (which looked like a beautiful massacre assortment of sausages and cuts). I like my goulash although I wished they're were more meat for the price, and the strudel was fantastic, more tart than sweet.
Decor: A renovated-medieval looking mess hall, which was beautiful in its own right, with torches on the walls. Outside makes it look almost like a stereotypical Italian restaurant with the brick layout, the lighting situation, and the "Grbic" sign itself.
Will go again, great for dates due to location and atmosphere, decent food and great dessert. Also, you are able to rent a section for event space.
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