The food is amazing! Unexpectedly so. Having driven past the restaurant on many occasions, my partner and I decided to venture inside. There is a cosy fireplace to the left as you walk in. The place is quaint and has a lot of traditional bits and pieces on display. It is a husband-wife business and I don't know if they were just having a bad day when we went in but they were bickering in their own language and quite forgot that they had a business to run. We sat ourselves down and finally grabbed the owner's attention. He brought out a menu and bottle of water and was most pleasant in his conversation with us. At his suggestion we tried the burek as an entree. It is a cheese pastry. It was unusual and very yummy! For the main, I had sarma - a cabbage roll with mince and rice and spices and my partner had cevapi - skinless mince sausages grilled and served with a cabbage salad and kajmak - a type of cream cheese. I am not much of a cabbage fan but this was great. We swapped our plates and tried each other's food. Unbelievable! We decided to have a "local" drink and ended up trying kruskovac - a pear liqueur of sorts. We topped it off with Serbian coffee and a slice of the most divine cake... All in all the food is absolutely fantastic. Ignore the squabbling of the two owners and try not to watch the cheesy tv show they have going on... Definitely worth going back and trying the rest.. Price was very reasonable and the serving sizes were very generous. Try it.
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