Sarajevo is the capital and largest city of Bosnia. The picturesque city is surrounded by the Dinaric Alps. Its history can be delved into with its local museums which talk of the Ottoman era to events that sparked off the First World War. If you are visiting the Old Town in Sarajevo on a budget, then here are some recommendations that might come in handy:
Cakum Pakum is a cosy little restaurant in the Old Town area that serves Mediterranean, European and Italian cuisine. If you’re seeing out a break from the local delicacies you can do so with their tasty Italian options. A plus point for them is their generally quick service.
If you’re looking for an outdoorsy place slightly off of the main busy street, Rahatlook is a recommended option. This one is for the ones who want to sip on their Bosnian coffee and indulge their sweet tooth. The owner makes cakes, deserts and other baked goodies.
This restaurant is a fast food joint not only serving Bosnian delights and European food but also vegetarian options. The burek here is highly recommended. Burek is a a form of pastry made with meat and cheese. It originally was prepared in Central Asia and was spread throughout the Ottoman empire after the initially adopted this dish.
Make your way to Konyali if you are looking to eat some Turkish cuisine. Their pide (Turkish variant of pizza), doner kebabs, iskander served with pita bread, are all recommended. Their food is pocket friendly whilst maintain the taste and flavours.
This makes for a good choice if you are interested in having some great local cuisine. The staff is attentive and helpful. You could try the klepe, the Bosnian take on a form of ravioli.
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