It is not an easy task to acquaint the foreign visitor to Belgrade with Serbian cuisine. Many dishes cannot be adequately translated into another language, while others are simply not eaten anywhere else, even though they are made from ingredients available in all European countries. Therefore, a thorough investigation of Serbian cuisine is required, a guide to a cuisine that has evolved from a jigsaw of historical influences merging at the crossroads of civilisations.
Sit back and let Belgrade's experienced restaurateurs take over - you won't regret it! No complaints have yet been made by the many royals and heads of state, who have taken away only great memories of their night in Belgrade, with food, drink and of course, music!
In addition to Serbian, the menus in Belgrade's restaurants are also written in an international language, normally English. If you speak to your waiter in English, French or German, you will be understood in the majority of restaurants.
Restaurants are usually open between 08.00 and 23.00, but some are open from 12.00 to 01.00.