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Where to eat in the Sarajevo old town

Sarajevo, which is located in the center of the Balkans, has a dynamic culinary scene that reflects its lengthy history. Join us as we lead you on a culinary tour around Sarajevo, emphasizing the top spots to satiate your appetite!

Here are some of best restaurants for traditional food in the are of Old Town – Baščaršija:

Ćevabdžinica ŽeljoStep into the world of traditional Bosnian cuisine at Ćevabdžinica Željo. Known for its mouthwatering ćevapi, a grilled meat dish served with “somun” bread and onion, this iconic eatery has been serving locals and visitors alike for decades. Prepare for a truly authentic Bosnian experience!

Where to Eat in Sarajevo (Čevabdžinica Željo, Sarajevo)
Čevabdžinica Željo Sarajevo

A must-try delicacy in Sarajevo is pita – pie, a delicious pastry stuffed with meat, cheese, spinach, or potatoes. Pie with meat is called burek. And Buregdžinica Bosna is the best location to indulge in this local favorite. Enjoy the rich aromas and flaky layers of pastry that have made this meal a treasured classic.

Where to eat in Sarajevo (Buregdžinica Bosna)
Buregdžinica Bosna Sarajevo

Dveri: For a fusion of traditional Bosnian and modern cuisine, Dveri is the place to be. Located in the heart of the historic Baščaršija district, this trendy restaurant offers a diverse menu featuring dishes made from locally sourced ingredients. Don’t miss their succulent lamb dishes and delectable vegetarian options.

Where to eat in Sarajevo (Dveri)
Dveri Sarajevo

Inat Kuća (Inat House): At Inat Kuća, immerse yourself in Sarajevo’s beauty and history. This restaurant, which is housed in a structure with an interesting history, offers a variety of Bosnian dishes, such as Bosnian pot, stuffed peppers, and homemade sweets. Enjoy the tastes within the alluring atmosphere of the city.

Where to eat in Sarajevo (Inat Kuća/ Spite House)
Inat Kuća / Spite House Sarajevo

Zmajevac: Zmajevac is the place to go if you want mouthwatering panoramic views of Sarajevo while indulging in a delectable dinner. This restaurant, which provides a beautiful fusion of Bosnian and foreign food, is perched on a hill overlooking the city. There is something for every palate, from flavorful grilled meats to fresh salads.

Where to eat in Sarajevo (Vidikovac Zmajevac)
Vidikovac Zmajevac Sarajevo

The quaint restaurant Kibe Mahala, which is situated in the picturesque Baščaršija area, features a menu that honors traditional Bosnian food. Enjoy their delicacies including the Sarajevski Kebab, Begova čorba (a hearty beef soup), and Tufahija (an apple-walnut stewed dessert).

Where to eat in Sarajevo (Kibe Mahala)
Kibe Mahala Sarajevo

Barhana RestaurantStep into a world of elegance and culinary excellence at Barhana, a hidden gem nestled in the heart of Sarajevo. This charming restaurant showcases a fusion of international and Bosnian flavors, creating a unique dining experience. The menu at Barhana is a delightful blend of traditional Bosnian dishes and creative culinary innovations.

Where to eat in Sarajevo (Barhana Restaurant)
Barhana Restaurant Sarajevo

These are just a few of the many culinary gems that Sarajevo has to offer. As you explore the city, be sure to venture off the beaten path and discover local cafés, bakeries, and street food stalls for a true taste of Sarajevo’s gastronomic delights.

Enjoy Sarajevo’s specialties and you also can join Blossom Tours on our ‘Local Food and Drinks’ walking tour. Follow our page for more recommendations.

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