As someone who has had Bosnian food from previous travels in Bosnia and Herzegovina, this authentic menu is delicious. The chef and owner greeted us herself and explained the menu to us and offered suggestions. We were not charged for our little, picky eater who sampled food from the rest of us; in fact, she told us not to order a separate meal for the kiddo, which turned out to be great because there was so much food! We started the meal off with bread, dried meats, and a red pepper tapenade, which was tasty. For the main meal, I'm sad they didn't have cevapi, but I did try the burek, which was meat and onions wrapped in phyllo dough, with sour cream. This came with fresh salad and fruits. We saved room for dessert, and we had the baklava, which was sweet, lemony, crunchy, and mouth-watering. I'll definitely be coming back to Astoria...if for no other reason, to get to eat here again!
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