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Biznisinfo.ba – Bosnian business website made a list of the best restaurants in Sarajevo. They made overview of restaurants in the the city that received the best ratings from guests on the most popular tourist platform Trip Advisor.
So lets check the list.
Non smoking, baby friendly restaurant located on the main pedestrian street in Sarajevo, in the city center. You will immediately feel like you are sitting in your home garden, surrounded by real flowers, wooden interior, lively colors and what is most important enjoying a plate of amazing food. Looking forward to seeing you here soon!
This restaurant located in Ciglane at a price of 11 to 49 KM offers dishes of Italian, Mediterranean, European and international cuisine.
Located at Kaptol 10, it serves Italian, Mediterranean and European cuisine.
Small hedonistic paradise. Daily menu prepared from carefully selected fresh food, delicious meat dishes with side dishes, fresh fish dishes, risottos, pastas, imaginative salads, fragrant woks and delicious sweet pleasures. Appetite is a place of new and different taste !
Established in 2002 in the heart of Sarajevo, Tavola has remained at the forefront of fine Italian dining in Sarajevo.
Falafel Restaurant provides a unique menu consisting of vegetarian dishes with a taste that will fulfill your desires. Our dishes are based on vegetables, rich in natural vitamins and proteins.
Zara iz Duvara
Family restaurant in the heart of Sarajevo that specializes in traditional home cooking and specialties with nettle & wild herbs.
A pleasant atmosphere and delicious local and international cuisine are reason enough to visit this restaurant in the heart of the Old Town.
Karuzo restaurant is the only restaurant in the city that serves delicious meat-free dishes.
Četiri sobe gospođe Safije
“The Four Rooms of Mrs. Safija” comprises a restaurant, a wine and cocktail bar, a lounge, and a flower-filled summer garden. The first venue of its kind in Bosnia and Herzegovina “Four Rooms” offers an unforgettable ambience which celebrates the legend of a forbidden love affair between beautiful Safija from Sarajevo and Johan, an Austrian Count, during the transition from Turkish to Austro-Hungarian rule.Safija’s house was built in 1910 as a monument to love, beauty and fortitude. Our modern designers have crafted the interior with exceptional care, paying attention to every single millimeter of the past embedded in the walls of Mrs. Safija’s rooms. The restoration has left the atmosphere.