One post is obviously not enough to talk about my favorite restaurants in Belgrade. I definietly need a second and perhaps a third post…
hidden next to the great church of Saint Sava, this place worth visiting. The decor is very stylish with its huge Red Moon suspension. The cellar has a good selection of serbian wines and the menu offers traditional dishes revisited. Try Musukalica, it is really delicious.
Skerliceva 6, Belgrade
It’s diffucult to escape Skadarska, « the Bohemian quarter ». I tryed several time but It’s like to go in Paris and not see the Eiffel Tower. So if I have to choose one restaurant in this street, I recommand Tri Sesira.
Skadarska 29, Belgrade
Opened by the owners of the Supermarket concept store, Deli Supermarket is a restaurant, a bar and a grocery. I like to go there for lunch. They’ve got a daily menu for only 550 dinars with a soup and main meal.
Toplicin Venac 19-21, Belgrade
For a gorgeous Tea time in the spirit of Viennese cafes, Mali Princ offers cream cakes that you can accompanied by tea, coffee or why not a Baileys. Warning! The portions are big! Personally it replaces meal.
Obilićev venac 26, 11000 Belgrade
This is the place to eat 100% natural ice creams. Even in winter you can not resist !
One of my favorite activity in life is to eat and Belgrade has many places to satisfy my appetite. Here are some of my favorite places…
That it is four hours in the afternoon or morning, Loki is the best place to to relieve your hunger quickly with some traditional Serbian burger. For 3€, you will feel full of tasty food and you will never return to McDonald.
Gospodar Jovanova 27, Belgrade
If you think that organic food is boring, Gnezdo will make change your mind. It’s one of the best place that I never try. Everything is delicious and fresh. I taste all the meal and I can’t say which one is the best. Their selection of Rakija is very good. If you don’t like alcool, they’ve got some awsome smoothies. It’s a small place so I recommand to book your table.
Karađorđeva 43 | Male stepenice 1a, Belgrade
There is a lot of good restaurants at Beton Hala like Toro or Iguana but my favorite is Comunale. I loved the decoration work of the architect Aleksandar Rodic combining simplicity and modernity. In the plate, nothing to say: quality and taste. I particularly appreciate the homemade sauces that accompanied the delicious grilled meats.
Karadjordjeva 2-4 | Beton Hala, Belgrade
It’s a classic in town. Quite chic, you can meet celibreties at Madera like Novak Djokovic. But the most important is that the food is very tasty.They’ve got a good selection of Serbian wine, and I really love the summer garden.
Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra 43, Belgrade
This place just opened. Tranzit is perfect for those who don’t know if they want to eat or party. In the spirit of tapas, you can share bruschetas or samosa listening some Djs playing.
Still in Belgrade, the web site about Belgrade’s culture, art and clubs scene, in cooperation with UK Parobrod presents a photo exhibition: “Yugoslav architecture: Living Past”. It will take place in gallery space of UK Parobrod from the 3rd of November to 10th of November and offers pictures shoot by David Pujodo between 2012 and 2014, a movie and a installation by Danilo Stojic and Srink FM, all about post war Yugoslav architecture.
A small piece of Japon moved in Paris in the trendy quarter of Marais. Don’s , the contraction of Donburi (this bowls of rice topped with meat and vegetables typical of Japonese Cuisine), is a small place that offers healthy food made with love and fresh products by two Japanese girls. I try the teriyaki chicken with carrots and ratatouille. It was very good but not enough salty for me so don’t hesitate to ask for more teriyaki sauce. It’s a very good value/quality/price for lunch in Paris (around 9€). The place is very very small so is better to take away.
Till the 11th of January 2015, the Palais de Tokyo offers one of the best exhibitions of Contemporary art that I seen since a while. “Inside” is an invitation to walk though the Museum metamorphosed by the artists in such a way that from a installation to another one we find ourselves inside the works. This group exhibition brings together Jean-Michel Alberola, Christian Boltanski, Bruce Nauman and many other artists. More than a exhibition, it gives the visitors a unique experience. If you are in Paris, don’t miss it!
A trend is growing in clubs all over the world and becomes unavoidable. This emerging new music scene is called Nu Disco. But what is ??? My friend Tsunami defined it as a smart music for smart people. For me, it’s mostly the return of melodies and « groovy » sounds in the techno as the good old House Music from the 90’s. The scene Nu Disco reinvents the sometimes dusty Disco of the 70’s and gives pride of place for vinyl with Re-Edit. This music with sexy and languiorous sounds is reminiscent of a sunset at the waterfront in the summer. No more blues ! We listen Nu Disco !!!
Last Tuesday, Heineken celebrated the release of its City limited edition bottles. For the occasion, the brand redecorated La Gaité Lyrique in Paris like an airport terminal. The concept of the party was to make some stopovers in Amsterdam, New york, Shanghai, Rio de Janeiro and Berlin through concerts, performances or shows and typical dining experiences of the city. The Program: San Proper Dj and a cabaret show for Amsterdam, Dillon Cooper in live for New York, a futuristic show for Shanghai, Jess & Crabbe for Rio de Janeiro, Leisure System and live performance by Onde for Berlin. A leather backpack designed by Leslie David echoes this evening.It contains 3 Wallpaper City guides about Berlin, Shanghai and New York and 3 Heineken bottles « City Edition ». It is sold at Colette for 170€.