Gastronomy Guide - Drinks
Regardless of the region of their origin the choice of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages offered in Belgrade restaurants is truly commendable.
Particularly reputed are restaurants that keep selected types of brandies and wines from their own cellars.
We suggest you try some of the local brands of drinks FRUIT BRANDIES blended naturally
(plums, grapes, herbs):
Prepeèenica, Šljivovica, Klekovaèa, Lozovaèa, Travarica, Lincura...
PINK AND RED WINES:
"Car Lazar", Merlot, Kratošija, Plavac, Dingaè, Vranac, Blatina, Ružica, Roze...
Banatski rizling, Karlovaèki rizling, Semion, Smederevka, Burgundac, Žilavka, Traminac, Krstaè...
Beogradsko, Nikšiæko, Vajfert, Pils, Lav...
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Street Cafe with live cuban...
Street Cafe with live cuban music in Dositejeva street
Center for cultural decotamination
Rex cultural center in Jevrejska street Nice friendly people, music and cultural heppenings.
Gastronomy Guide - more meat
No celebration is complete without SPIT-ROASTED MEAT. But, why only holidays and celebrations? Traveling across our country, you will note spit-roasted lambs or suckling pigs above coal grill as a part of the scenery. The roast is sold by the kilo, and is eaten with fresh salad, or, in winter, with pickles. Red wine will be a nice addition to it.
VEAL CUTLET OF SUMADIJA is prepared of veal cutlet with addition of Serbian white cheese, tomato, bacon, sour cream, potato, rice and hot chili peppers. Good red wine will make a good match.
The tradition of meet preservation with smoking is illustrated with lot of SMOKED MEAT on the menus of local restaurants. The most popular of all is smoked de-boned pork back, but cut longitudinally, as opposed to chops and subsequently grilled. It is usually served with Serbian salad. Some quality red wine will be a pleasant accompaniment to this meal.
He is the symbol of Belgrade, and Belgrade's best butt. :) The statue of Victor (Pobednik) is a work by the famous sculptor Ivan Meštrovic and it is situated at Kalemegdan plateau, facing the confluence of the Sava river into the Danube. He holds a pigeon in one hadn and a sword downwards in another hand, as a symbol of PEACE (that we have always needed desperately in these areas!)
Skadarlija , the bohemian...
Skadarlija , the bohemian quarter in Skadarska Street. Until 1872 the locality was called the Gipsy Quarter . At this time the street took its name from the Albanian town of Skadar . Nowadays, Skadarlija is the Belgrade's touristic attraction.