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Mostar's Eats

Mostar's Eats

Other than excellent shopping and exciting night life, Mostar also offers many excellent, but inexpensive fast food, casual dining and fine dining restaurants. In most restaurants, you can order traditional and Dalmatian food, but Italian dishes also. 

As far as the fast food restaurants and the pie bakeries are concerned, there are couple of world’s famous fast food restaurants like McDonalds, Fornetti and Surf'n'Fries, but you can buy very cheap sandwiches, hamburgers, pizzas, bread rolls and similar food in local bakeries and fast food restaurants for 2 – 6 BAM. 

When it comes to the traditional Herzegovinian restaurants, they offer various local specialties, like ćevapi (small beef sausages), veal meat, lamb meat, begova čorba (veal or chicken soup with vegetables), sarma (minced beef and rice rolled in cabbage), musaka (casserole made of meat, tomatoes, cheese and potatoes), pršut (air-dried ham), sudžuk (dried beef sausages) and similar dishes. With the meal, we recommend you to try out Herzegovinian high-class wines, like Žilavka (dry white wine), Vranac (red wine) or Blatina (dry red wine). 

For the full experience, visit some of the following restaurants in Mostar: restaurant Babilon, restaurant Blue Line, restaurant Emem, restaurant Hindin Han, restaurant Megi, restaurant Rondo, restaurant Radobolja, restaurant Šadrvan, restaurant Veranda or restaurant Prestige. The price of an average meal with drinks is from 10 to 25 BAM. 


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