After an early check-in at our hotel, we headed off for the first explorations of the town. As we were a bit tired and hungry we took a break at one of the busy cafes in the pedestrianised shopping street.
Caffe Bar Bondeo, which is named after Bihac's Italian twin city, seemed to be quite popular by the locals, so we took a seat on the outdoor terrace and enjoyed some people watching.
The place is divided into a café and a sort of pizzeria. Besides pizza, the latter one also offers a range of snacks.
I had a natural lemonade (Priroda limunada) for 2,00 BAM. The refreshing drink is among my favourite choices in Bosnia and Herzegovina. As snack I decided on a chicken sandwich (Sendvic sa piletinom) for 5,00 BAM, which was yummy and reasonably priced.
At the beginning of September 2012 we found it a bit difficult to find a restaurant for dinner. Not that there were no restaurants in Bihac, but most of them were empty or people were only having a drink. We finally chose Restaurant Cardak na Uni, as at least a few people were enjoying the evening there and some of them even had dinner.
Although it was already a bit chilly, we took a seat at one of the tables on the outdoor terrace facing the bank of the river Una. The menu offers all sorts of Bosnian specialities from cevapi (grilled minced meat) to raznjici (grilled meat on skewers).
We ordered a portion of cevapi (5,00 BAM) with fries (2,00 BAM) as side dish and teleci raznjici (9,50 BAM). To drink I enjoyed a local Preminger Radler (2,00 BAM). Service was a bit slow, but our dishes were yummy and filling.
The Una river, near ruins of Hotel 'Sunce' on the outskirt of the town.
While you are waiting, refresh yourself in a clean water of the Una river.
Favorite Dish: There is a small restaurant here with pretty good food, and more importantly very cheap