Visited in March 2018.
…. Traditional style restaurant – cosy, promises a pleasant time;
…. It was a little dark for pictures- it is better to be an idea brighter, because we had difficulty to read the menu and we used our phones as torches!
…. Abundance of salads, Serbian grill, appetizers, salads, freshly baked bread and homemade rakia- wow what a feast !
…. Exceptional service – nobody hovers above you all the time but somehow mysteriously, if your rakia or water glass is empty, it is filled in no time and unnoticed by you.
…. Slightly forgotten hits from the 90s (Kool and the Gang, Michael Jackson) and some modern too. It was extremely enjoyable to remember that old music!
…. Divine grilled smell;
…. In Serbia, smoking is not prohibited in public premises, but the room did not smell like cigarettes, although people smoked there;
…. Enchanting quince flavor of the home-made rakia.
…. If you are not vegetarian, it is mandatory to taste Serbian grill- it is extremely good, the meat is soft, the aromas are wonderful, with an element of natural smoked and roasted, the meat has no unpleasant odor, although it is pork;
…. Domestic French fries – tender and sweet;
…. Freshly baked bread- crispy crust and soft heart, perfect;
…. All kinds of salad- the peppers are freshly roasted, the cucumber is sweet, the tomatoes are delicious, I have nothing to add;
…. Homemade quince rakia- its aroma is quite natural, because in dry tasting (that is, when the aroma is smelled from the already empty glass) it is perfectly preserved. I only cannot detect whether sugar has been added in the process of brewing , but it is definitely a pleasure to drink from this rakia. Be careful, because it is not expensive and it goes fast, especially with such delicious appetizers. At least your head won’t hurt the next day-guaranteed!
It is very tasty to eat in the Kraljev Cardak. Overeating is absolutely possible, given the low prices. The entire company of 5 adults and 3 children ate for less than 100 EUR… And a lot of booze, not for kids, of course. 🙂 Even cooler is that the pub is less than a minute away from the hotel, in which we stayed- Sin- Kom, but for more info about it read the review here.
You’d better not go to Kraljev Cardak 😉otherwise too many people will start visiting it and they may spoil the kitchen like in Kapitsa, but for the latter you will read more here.
Open hours (Radno vreme): Monday-Saturday 12:00-21:30, “Nedeljom neradimo”:) That’s what the sign says.
А: Serbia, Pirot 18300, 35 Nikole Pasica str.
T: + 32 10 34 59 75
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