Upon arrival, the server/host passed us by 4 times without so much as a word. When he did come to us, he still didn't say anything, but picked two menus up and walked to our seats. We followed, but were a little confused. Over the course of the meal, he did warm up a bit, and began talking to us, even joking once.
The food was generally VERY good. The dried sausage with pickles was GREAT! I love pickles of any type, so trying so many kinds was terrific. The bread was pretty good, but the ajvar (roasted red pepper spread) was YUMMY!
My husband ordered the lamb, which was not as amazing as we expected, given the rave reviews seen here. It was good, I suppose, but. . . not spectacular, by any means. I had the lamb chops of my life last night, though, so that may have colored my opinion a bit. The lamb was tender, but not as flavorful and well-spiced as I had expected. It came with an odd array of vegetables that looked like the chef opened a bag of frozen stir-fry veggies (baby corn, snap peas, carrots, green beans, red pepper, mushrooms, and water chestnuts). These weren't even seasoned. There as abundant fresh fruit on the plate, which was a nice change of pace. Also inclued was a salad, which had been dressed with lime and cilantro-- this was a lovely accompaniment.
My dish was the pita sirnica, or cheese phyllo pie. This was SO good! It had chewy cheese and melted, stringy cheese. . . some that was mozzarella-like and some that seemed more like cottage cheese. It was wrapped in phyllo dough and topped with sour cream. It was salty, crispy, and gooey. A very comforting meal! It also came with the funky stir-fry veggies, salad, and fresh fruit.
Overall, I'd return. I'd definitely choose something other than the lamb, however.
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