You will discover 7 amazing tastes most particular to Serbia. From fresh cow cheese, ajvar, kaymak, čvarci and ćevapi to fresh or preserved fruit and a surprise dessert!
Ajvar is a roasted red pepper spread. It is the author’s absolute favorite! (As evidenced in the author’s ability to eat half a jar at once.) Some call it vegetarian caviar! Ajvar can be hot/spicy or mild.
Kaymak is a dairy spread you can think of as an aged clotted cream. But taste it, don’t think it! Kaymak is made from the cream skimmed from cow milk.
Fresh soft cow cheese is a healthy delicacy, rich in proteins and low on salt, fats and carbs. We weren’t aware how unique it was in the global gastro world, until we heard it from a star chef! We adore its mild yet unmistakable taste and sleek texture.
Čvarci is a type of pork scratching, crispy bites made of cooked lard. This is the guiltiest of pleasures among our 7 unique tastes!
Ćevapi are baton-shaped grilled minced meat, mainly beef. The variances may include lamb or pork. Ćevapi are probably the top star of the all-star Serbian grilled meat palette (that includes pljeskavica, sausages, vešalica and skewers).
Slatko is a unique fruit-preserve that home cooks prepare and store in pantry as winter dessert. Our favorite is made of forest strawberries. Not easy to pick the favorite though. The fierce competition includes other berries, cherries, plums, quince and even watermelon!
You will taste real Belgrade in a wider sense. See how Belgrade locals spend their private time with family and friends, pick groceries, sip coffees and take it easy.
The bars, the trendy bistros and the old style eateries most loved by locals are all on the route of our Farmers Market Tour. These are the perfect spots for exploring and enjoying this distinctive part of local culture.
This is the farmers market where Belgrade chefs and the rest of us shop for groceries. This is where you best understand what we eat and why, before it is served in a restaurant.
Listen to food stories linked to culture, history, economy, religion, folklore and trends. Serbian cuisine is a melting pot of different gastronomic traditions that met here. Learn how East and West melt in Serbian kitchen!
After the tasting, we will walk you through the charming streets surrounding the farmers market. This is where locals actually eat out.
Discover a street that is becoming the booming gastro oasis of Belgrade. The modern bistros are tucked in green street gardens. Some of the brightest stars of Serbian new cuisine operate here.
Find out where we get traditional pastry for breakfast or our hangover food. See where we buy the delicious desserts when we want to impress our guests or comfort ourselves.
Next, we stroll another charming street vibrating with Belgrade’s famous café culture of enjoying life, socializing and taking it easy.
By the end of the tour, you will feel at ease with choosing where to have lunch or dinner, sip coffee or wine or buy goodies to take away.
Book your Farmers Market Food Tour and enjoy your 90 minutes of taking it easy and tasty! Where to Eat in Belgrade? Solved.