Belgrade – Dva Jelena

This was my second time in Belgrade and it is winter time again. I think third visit should be during summer to be able to enjoy the city more.

I had chance to have dinner at “Dva Jelena” second time. This place is so local and it is almost impossible to find an available table on Fridays if you don’t have reservation. I suggest you to book your table online through their website before your visit.

There is also live music on Fridays. I keep telling “on Friday” because I have been there only on Fridays. I guarantee you to have a great night at “Dva Jelena” if you are looking for some local food and local music with local people.

We started with “Pohovane paprika sa sirom” – Fried cheese with tartar sauce. If you like cheese, it is a good match with your Serbian wine.


Pohovane paprika sa sirom

And we continue with “Prebranac” – beans with onion, garlic and sweet pepper baked in wooden stove. This was yummy and it reminded me a Turkish dish which is called “Kuru fasulye”. I am sure you will like it.


Prebranac

Another starter, “Tarator” – ccucumber with garlic yoghurt sauce. We can call it as Tzaziki. So there was nothing to make comment on it.


Tarator

And finally, hero of the night – “Cevapi” J It is a must eat food when you are in Belgrade. We have ordered two portions and it was too big for four people. So it is better to share.

Cevapi

There were so many delicious foods as I spy on other tables.  I think it is best place to experience “local” life. Prices are reasonable. You can find all the menu details here.

And don’t go back to home without tasting Serbian wine.

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