Arguably, the best way to get acquainted with foreigners and their country is to learn about their national cuisine. It is certainly the most fulfilling one. Traveling without visiting national restaurant means uncompleted experience. When it comes to Serbian food, authenticity might be questionable but abundant quantities and sheer strength of Serbian food will make up for lack of originality.
Serbian cuisine is an interesting mixture of western and eastern influences that have collided on Serbian soil for centuries and centuries. Tourists visiting Serbia will experience Turkish, Greek, Hungarian and German specialties alongside authentic Serbian ones accompanied by local wines and served in specific Serbian atmosphere.
It is not an easy task to introduce a foreign visitor in Serbia to the secrets of local 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 commonly available in all European countries. That is why if you are keen to investigate Serbia’s national cuisine, which has evolved in a melting-pot of civilizations and ethnic influences, you should let the experienced hands of Serbian restaurateurs guide you.