restaurants / Balkan

Lonely Planet review

Half of the pictures adorning the walls here are crooked, but that’s the charm of this eccentric restaurant in Wieden. What you get is an atmospheric and sometimes wild Balkan experience that includes red roses on the table, a piano on one side of the main room, a violinist scratching away at his instrument and a wiry fellow who glides about squeezing out sensational sounds from his harmonium. He also croons very decently while appreciative guests press banknotes into his instrument. Servings are very generous and the ingredients fresh and of exceptional quality. Beograd does a good ćevapĉići , or skinless sausages.