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After some colleagues and i had an evening stroll through the old city; we visited Sarajevo Brewery's HS restaurant for dinner. It was quite a large beer all with an upstairs. It had a good atmosphere.
As with other eateries - there are many smokers in the restaurant.
I believe that the brewery was first established in 1864. However the brewery complex was reopened in 2004.
Favorite Dish: Peppered Steak and a traditional apple dessert
Written Nov 12, 2011
Address: Franjevacka 15, 71 000 Sarajevo, BiH
Phone: +387 (0)33 239 740
After a walk we found this cafe in the central area. It was busy and has quite a vibrant atmosphere. The selection of cakes is good and service great.
Like all restaurants in BiH they permit smoking so you may not find it a good place.
Favorite Dish: good coffee and nice selection of cakes.
Written Nov 8, 2011
Address: Trg djece Sarajeva 1, BBI Centar, 71000 Sarajevo
Phone: 00 387 33 537 360
The restaurant is high up in the old city; and has some excellent views, sadly we visited when it was dark. So the views were impressive with the lights in the distance. The restaurant is open between 11.00 - 23.00 and is closed on Sunday.
There was live music performed, and i am reliably informed the musicians sing folk songs all about Sarajevo.
Favorite Dish: Use your commonsense and then think about what traditional food could be worth eating. It has an excellent menu to chose from; so try and be adventurous.
Written Nov 8, 2011
Address: Vrbanjuša 164 71 000 Sarajevo
Phone: 00 387 33 441 936
We called in here at the recommendation of one of our Bosnian colleagues; he had previously worked nearby at the Porsche offices and they had lunched in DUE quite often.
very pleasant atmosphere and reasonable menu. Staff very professional and freindly.
Favorite Dish: the salads are good and anything else from their good homely menu.
Written Nov 6, 2011
Address: Aleja Bosne Siebrene , 71000 Sarajevo
Phone: 033 543 545
Restaurant on the edge of the old town, specialises in rajkia the local firewater but being lunchtime we stuck to beer! (remember the hangover from a previous tasting session too!)
Anyway, it's a comfortable and friendly place, lovely terrace for a warm day.
Mrs B very happy with her vegetable plate and my Shopska salad (a lunchtime favourite for me) was easily the best one of our week away, lovely.
Written Sep 21, 2011
Address: Baš Èaršija -Helaæi br.14
Phone: 062 888 404
I guess Sarajevo is not the most likely place to have a decent Mexican meal but, Mrs B fancied one and there we are!
Yes food was good and tasty, veggie fajitas for herself enjoyed and tasty nachos for me.
Just on the edge of the old town, a comfortable terrace is a good people watching spot too, enjoyed our evening here.
Written Sep 21, 2011
Address: Bazerdžani 3
Phone: +387 33 441 918
Large brewery that supplies much of the beer in BiH, and pretty good it is, with an attached restaurant.
An evening visit for us and a multilingual menu to choose from. Mrs B very impresssed by the vegetarian plate and a decent chicken curry for me with, of course, a few of the beers to go with it.
I guess it's slightly more expensive than average in Sarajevo but definately worth a visit, enjoyed our meal here.
Written Sep 19, 2011
Address: Franjevacka 15,
In the middle of Sarajevo's Bascarsija area of small narrow streets, craft and souvenir shops, we found this local restaurant, with seats outside and inside and friendly waiters and waitresses. Steak and freshly caught fish are cooked on a hot barbeque, as well as local (Bosnian) specialities. Salads, desserts as well as hot and cold drinks (this being the only place in the old town to serve alcohol). are also served. In the heart of the old town you can watch people go by, enjoy the sun or shade. Portion sizes are so generous.
Refreshing Sarajevska beer and delicious soft/smooth wines.
Favorite Dish: We had a cold platter on several occations, this included a selection of local cheeses, salad, olives, and smoked cold meats. So healthy and so delicious.
Updated May 26, 2011
Address: Bravadziluk, BASCARIJA, Sarajevo
Phone: 237 320
The restaurant locates right side of the green market in the Old Town. It's not far from the Catholic cathedral. All pizza choices are ranged from 3.50 to 4KM, and the beverages are about 1.50KM. Basically, people can get a pizza and a drink for about 3EURO or less. Also, customers can get a glass of water for free. It's like an old fashioned third world restaurant atmosphere and hospitality.
I ordered Capricciosa with four or five toppings for 3.50KM. But what I got was Fungi, nothing more than sliced mushrooms and cheese to stick them on the bread. Both are same price at 3.50KM, so I did not get something less value - only for the taste and the looks. Who want to eat Fungi or Margarita when other pizzas are sold in the same price? I guess these ham-less pizzas are for the curious Muslims. Fungi tasted quite bad, as it was just sticked with cheese on the bread with no other taste. It could taste better if the pizza got more tomato sauce.
If you try to make a pizza to go from Ago, you'd better check the inside to avoid getting a different pizza.
Written Apr 29, 2011
Address: Mula Mustafe Bašeskije 17
Phone: 033 203 900
What can I say when Bill Clinton, Carla del Ponte, Paddy Ashdown and the rest of the political suite decided to eat there. There is a fantastic garden to sit outside, there is a fantastic view of the whole city, the service is great and the food, yum I wish I could sit there now and eat all the delicacies. And I must say I was in Bosnia but had a fantastic lunch without MEAT :)
Favorite Dish: Ustipci sa kajmakom
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: Iza Hrida br. 7, Sarajevo
Phone: Tel: ++ 387 61 222 708;
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