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Budget Restaurants in Old Town, Mostar

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With rich history and culture, stands the town of Mostar along side tbohe Neretva River. It is known for the iconic Stari Most bridge which is known as the Old Bridge. If you’re visiting here are some budget restaurants that you could eat some pocket friendly food at:

SADRVAN RESTAURANT

With its ambience, location and traditionally dressed staff, this restaurant really makes you feel like you are in the very heart of the Old Town. It is barely a minute’s walk from the Old Bridge and definitely worth a visit. If you are looking to try Bosnian dishes, we recommend having the Bosnian National Plate for two here. Share it with a friend or another traveller to bite into some delicious japraks, dolmas, cevapcici, duvec, sour cream and Bosnian cookies!

Plate for two: approx. 21 euros

TIMA IRMA

The restaurant has been names after the owner himself, Irma. Famous for its grilled dish of minced meat, they are also known for their generous servings and filling portion sizes. The grilled meat is accompanied with delicious vegetables, cheese, sauces and bread. Occasionally they have live music to go with the scrumptious food and wine.

Per head cost: Approx. 10 euros

TIMA IRMA
Source: TripAdvisor

ROTA

Rota is a chain of restaurants, so, you will see plenty of their branches in the city. They are known for the quality of their grilled food served along with fresh salad. When in Old Town you can pay a visit here to try the best cevapi. It is a form of grilled hand-minced meat and meat sausages. It is served with somun, a baked flat bread. During the Ottoman empire, the outlaws and rebels would make the dish with pieces of meat in skewers roasted over fire. Order the cevapi along with kajmak – a creamy form of clotted cream, great for flavouring.

Per head cost: Approx. 8 euros

ROTA
Source: TripAdvisor

HINDIN HAN

If you’re craving a view with a meal then head to this restaurant.
Located on the banks of the Neretva river, the location is not only beautiful but also ideal with its plentiful outdoor seating. The mukalica, a stew of barbecued meat and vegetables, is a good pick to go with if you visit this restaurant.

Per head cost: Approx. 10 euros

 BEHAR

For a cosy set up, you can head to the restaurant Behar. They serve Turkish and Arabic cuisine as well. The restaurant has a terrace overlooking the river. The spread is simple but with the location and staff becomes worthwhile. Plus their menu provides a decent number of vegetarian and gluten-free options.

Per head cost: Approx. 12 euros

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