One of the things I love about traveling is trying out different cuisines. Fortunately, it seems to me that there is little need to travel abroad in order to try foreign dishes.
A friend recommended Balkan, only telling me that 1. they serve yummy food, and 2. it's Yugoslavian. I therefore just had to try it at once!
Because we dropped by Saturday night, the place almost empty. We were told though that Balkan is usually full during weekdays with yuppies.
On to the food! There's nothing much here but the good food!
The menu isn't that long but everything just sounds funny and yummy that it took a while to decide. I resorted to minnie-minnie-my-nee-moe and ended up with these:
It's good but nothing to inspire an I-MUST-TRAVEL-TO-RUSSIA feeling.
I really have no idea how to read this dish's name but it's simply baked lamb. Oh, sorry. It's simply very good, very soft baked lamb!
Hm... I must go to Russia... maybe in 5 years.
The last of the main entrees:
|Stuffed Pljeskavica Php320|
MUST stop buying useless stuff like clothes, shoes and books and save for a Russia trip!!! Maybe just to try more of this food!
Really! This dish is that good!
It looked quite innocent in the outside but when we cut it... Yummy generous mozzarella cheese comes oozing out! It's just soo delicious! I swear! :D
Well, I was kind of full but one never really got acquainted with a cuisine unless one has tried the desserts and so I ordered one.
More Yugoslavian food please!
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