Prekoputa Proleća Srpska tradicija i japanska estetika

Words: Sasha Iordanov
Photo: Viktorija Burkina-Gordijenko

Restaurant opened by chef Zdravko Štrabac. The interior mixes Serbian traditions and Japanese aesthetics in the most bizarre way. Perhaps the main element of the decoration is the carpets, which cover not only floors, but also walls. We also note giant mirrors, natural wood, huge paper lanterns that perform the function of chandeliers, and pictorial decorative details. The menu starts with a large selection of breakfasts — for every taste and at affordable prices, but the main section is also beautiful. There are: home-made pasta, two types of tartars — tuna and beef, a solid burger, and a steak, which is served with a sauce of three types of mushrooms.

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Cveće Zla

Very bohemian project in the city center