Serbia's cuisine is a riotous fusion of Turkish, Hungarian and Mediterranean influences that zing the palate, fill the stomach and linger on the hips; it's generally fresh and affordable. While grilled meats, paprika (capsicum), beans and cabbage are ubiquitous, there can be distinct differences between regional menus, depending on who invaded where when.

All cities, towns and larger villages have restorani (restaurants), pekare (bakeries) and roštilj (barbecue) joints; kafane (taverns) may also serve meals in addition to booze.

Price Ranges

The following price categories are based on the cost of a main course.

less than 600DIN

€€ 600DIN to 1000DIN

€€€ more than 1000DIN

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