zlatni bokal, Skadarska 26, belgrade – Oct 2010

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Skadarska street is promoted as the bohemian quarter, maybe it was a few years ago but now is a street full of traditional styled restaurants aimed at the tourist.

Veal with ham and cheese – 890 dinars

Mixed meat and vegetables – 650 dinars

Serbian salad with cheese – 250 dinars

espresso 115 dinars

tonic 160 dinars

gin – 220 dinars

quince rakija – 190 dinars

Total of 4195 dinars for a merry night out, not bad for tourist alley and a little serb folk band thrown in for good measure too.  Would go back service friendly, food filling and the music was great too.






I am Emma and with my husband Mark write Foodie Explorers, which is a food and travel website.

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