Serbian Traditional Cooking
- Visit to the local market with food tasting at a local bakery
- Mezze (snack) prepared by your hosts with complementary rakia and serbian coffee
- Hands-on, step-by-step cooking session
- A full lunch, drinks included
- Printed recipe booklet and a gift for every participant
- Duration: 3-4 hours
Eat like Tito
- A visit to Tito’s museum and his mausoleum, known as House of Flowers; interpreted by art historian
- transfer to Zemun where we’ll sneak a peek at the restauraunt owned by one of the Tito’s cooks
- You’ll get to try Tito’s favorite dishes which are not in the regular menu, prepared specialy for us
- A cooking session in a private garden, where you learn to prepare Karadjordje’s steak
- Duration: 4-5 hours
Available only from June to September
Taste of Danube
- Culinary walk through the lovely streets of Zemun, Belgradians sometimes call Belgrade Montmartr with food and wine tasting
- River sightseeing with a boat ride with locals
- Cooking session with some local fresh fish
- If you are lazy to cook, we’ll let you indulge into fish specialties in a hidden restauraunt across Danube with an astonishing view to Zemun!
- Duration: 5-6 hours
Serbian cuisine can be roughly described as a mixture of Mediterranean, Turkish and Austro- Hungarian cuisine. Our food is characterized not only of elements from Serbia, but of elements from the former-Yugoslavia as a whole. Peasantry has greatly influenced the cooking process.
Due to numerous influences, Serbian cuisine has gathered elements from different cooking styles across the Middle East and Europe to develop its own hearty kitchen with an intricate balance of rich meats, cheese, fresh pastries and desserts.
Serbian traditional cuisine contains a myriad of tastes and smells, much owing to the mixture of influences of various peoples who were just passing through or were living in this region. As is the case with the culture in general, this fusion of different influences resulted in originality, so that today a rich Serbian table offers unforgettable tastes that can only be enjoyed in Serbia!
Prebranac, uštipci, kajmak, ajvar, čvarci, ćevapčići, rakija… For many of the Serbian national food specialties there isn’t a right word in the foreign language dictionaries, nor is there a taste they can be compared to. Therefore it is best that you come and taste them yourself! Or roll up your sleeves and learn to cook them with us!