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Serbfest 2014

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Traditional Serbian Food

Our traditional foods will excite your senses. Bbq lamb and pig are just the beginning. Try some cevapcici, raznjici, or a pljeskavica. Whichever dinner you choose, we are sure you will agree, leaving hungry is not on the menu.

Pita

Pita (or Gibanica) is a traditional Balkan pastry dish, usually made with white cheese or fruit filling, now popular throughout the Balkans.

Palačinke

Palačinke are made by creating a runny dough from eggs, wheat flour, milk and salt and frying it in a pan with butter or oil. Palačinke are usually served with different types of fillings and eaten for lunch or dinner.

Krofne

Palačinke are made by creating a runny dough from eggs, wheat flour, milk and salt and frying it in a pan with butter or oil. Palačinke are usually served with different types of fillings and eaten for lunch or dinner.

Cakes And Tortas

Nut Roll

Cookies

Cevaps

Ćevapi is a Serbian dish of grilled minced meat and are considered a national dish in Bosnia and Herzegovina and in Serbia. A serving consists of 8-10 pieces, served with bread (called Lepinja), salt and chopped onions.

Pljeskavica

Pljeskavica is a Serbian patty dish popular Southeastern Europe. Pljeskavica is eaten in Serbia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Macedonia and Croatia. Traditional pljeskavica is made from mixture of ground meats. Typically two or more out of lamb, pork, beef or veal grilled with onions and served hot on plate with side dishes (in Belgrade), as a hamburger or a thick bread.

Ražnjići

The name raznjici is used for skewered and grilled meat dishes throughout the Balkans and Eastern Europe.

BBQ Lambs

BBQ Pigs