Cafes and bars in Njegoševa street are very popular in Belgrade
A traditional restaurant on the bridge crossing the river Gradac
A restaurant at Palić lake
Cafes and restaurants along the Zemun quay - a Mediterranean feeling on the banks of the Danube
Ethno restaurant in Bojčin forest near Surčin
Eating out - something for everyone's taste
Restaurants all around Serbia offer a variety of tasty dishes of local and a number of international cuisines, and all kinds of world class beverages can be found in practically any bar
Whether they are on the riverbanks or floating on water, in crowded downtowns, deep under the ground or in some shade beside a meadow, restaurants and bars across Serbia offer a variety of gastronomic delights. Spicy dishes and strong homemade drinks are part of traditional offer that is a mixture of mediterranean, oriental and hungarian cuisine.
Ćevapi (a kind of grilled minced meat), mućkalica (a kind of stew made of grilled meat and vegetables), goulash, kajmak (a kind of salty cream) and ajvar (a kind of relish made mostly of red peppers) with lepinja (a kind of round pocket bread) along and some slivovitz as aperitive and homemade wine after the meal - this is just one of tempting culinary combinations you can find in Serbian restaurants that are true “heaven for gourmands”. Beside Serbian traditional cuisine, in them you can taste the treats of cuisines from all over the world.
All over Serbia, along broad river banks or in small coves almost hidden in shades of trees, you can find numerous fish restaurants that, beside their own specialties, offer a true fishing adventure - their chefs will prepare any fish guests catch themselves. There are also all kinds of specialized restaurants offering asian, latin american or african dishes, but also those with chinese, mexican, lebanese, moroccan, indian and other national cuisines.
Serbia is a country with very long tradition of enjoying coffee and a broad variety of drinks, especially wines and rakijas (a kind of alcoholic beverage typical for this region).
Sitting in a bar in the morning or evening and having a cup of strong, black coffee, the kind that was brought here from the Orient, is almost a ritual and an experience almost always shared with friends. And there is always a great number of rakijas made of fruit (plum, apricot, quince, pear, cherry...) to be tasted, but some homemade wines from particular regions of Serbia as well.