Discover Restaurants offering the best Eastern European food in Novi Sad, Vojvodina, Serbia. Novi Sad (Serbian Cyrillic: Нови Сад, pronounced [nôʋiː sâːd] ( listen); Hungarian: Újvidék [ˈuːjvideːk]; Slovak: Nový Sad [ˈnoʋiː ˈsat]; see below for other names) is the second largest city of Serbia, the capital of the autonomous province of Vojvodina and the administrative center of the South Bačka District. It is located in the southern part of the Pannonian Plain, on the border of the Bačka and Srem geographical regions, on the banks of the Danube river, facing the northern slopes of Fruška Gora mountain.
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4 based on 40 reviews
Very tasty dishes with a variety of ingredients and a whole range of meats, seafood and vegetables. Celery cream soup is my favorite and was brought by current chef from another restaurant where he worked. We tried tagliatelle with shrimp, cherry tomato, rosemary and garlic - perfect blend. I loved beef boneless shank with Swiss chard and mushrooms (juneci ribic sa blitovom i gljivama), so had to come back for more!! Waiter was professionally friendly, knowledgeable about his dishes and attentive to our food allergies and intolerances. Kudos to the waiter. Not a cheap place, but worth every penny. There was also mostly light jazz music and singer in the background, perfectly toned down for proper table conversation even for "mature" - a bit hard of hearing people.
4 based on 131 reviews
SalaÅ¡ 137 is a unique place if you wish to enjoy in local food and drink, authentic environment and local ethno music. It is a concept on which this SalaÅ¡ establish its cuisine and social life.
Since the moment I stepped inside I was welcomed by very polite staff and shown to my table which had nice decorations. Waiter politely walked us through the menu and helped us decide on what to order because offer is too big to decode yourself. Atmosphere is very warm and welcoming. I would recommend this restaurant to anyone who wants to feel traditional Serbian food and also beauty of the countryside.Thank you very much for sharing nice impressions for Salas 137! Hope to see you soon again. Best regards!
4 based on 172 reviews
Previous reviewers were right - don't be put off by the location (opposite a football stadium) or the walk to find this restaurant, it is one of the best in the city!Professional and prompt service, comfortable seating in both indoor and outdoor areas, delicious food (try the cheese spread listed at the bottom of the 'side salad' section and the blueberry dessert!) at reasonable prices.
4 based on 112 reviews
In the summer this is a lovely place to dine with great ambience. It is extremely good value. Beware! The meals that are the main course meat dishes are huge and itâs best to share these. In contrast, the salads were small and I was particularly disappointed in the very ordinary beetroot salad that was just slices of beetroot. Service was excellent.
4 based on 251 reviews
Meals are great, well served and solid portions for a really good price. There is a nice view of Danube, but I recommend to reserve a table in advance or you will have a table without a view. Cakes are perfect!Staff is politeThank you for the comment.So glad to hear you had a great time and that you are satisfied with service. We do our best so we can make your experience even better.Hope that you will visit us again soon!Best regards,Terasa Team
4 based on 246 reviews
Despite the playful appearance, simple, nice pub, with great food, music and hospitality. We started in 2005 with the idea to remind local people to good old days when life was slower and more time was devoted to enjoyment and relaxation. The aim was also
I knew it was a bad sign when the waiters and kitchen staff were sitting around upstairs during evening service. Nevertheless, we were hungry and eventually managed to rouse one of the waiters into taking our order, whilst his prodigy seemingly did little other than rinse glasses.The food, passable salad apart, was incredibly oily - meat, potatoes and vegetables were dripping in the liquid fat. My friend was ill as a consequence and I felt a touch dodgy. Avoid like the plague.
5 based on 76 reviews
My place in Novi sad is just around the corner but it took 2 months to come here, because the everyday directions were towards the city. I was an early dinner, veal broth, muchkalica (kind of goulasch with a lot of vegetables) and wine were all excellent and portions substantial. So definitely I will come back some other time.
4 based on 413 reviews
We come to Novi Sad for EXIT or Tamburica Fest almost every summer, and this is by far the best ethno-resto around. Gorgeous rustic decor, scenic views of both Petrovaradin Fortress on one side and the Danube on the other, with the sun setting across the river. Reasonably priced, excellent food and service. Zvonko Bogdan's musicians sometimes play old town favourites on weekends at your tableside. This place is charming and provides an unforgettable Serbian dining experience, with specialties from both the Serbian and Hungarian culinary traditions of Vojvodina.There are other fantastic restos in town and around, but this one is on our must-do checklist whenever we are in Novi Sad.
4 based on 161 reviews
They produce their own beer, at great prices 1EUR pint!!! Excellent taste, especially loved the RED beer as they call it, they have nice lager and dark beer too...very friendly staff.
After all the bad experiences iwith service and in general with restaurants in Belgrad we were really hoping to find a nice place to have a lunch. We searched online and found this place with good reviews. Quiet place away from crowd, a pleasant rustic atmosphere. Service was so fast ( at least after what we have experienced in Belgrade), food was delicious, staff members were friendly which is not very common in Serbia :) I recommend this place !
4 based on 593 reviews
Cafe VELIKI, a type of restaurant not often seen in Europe these days, with authentic flavors and recipes dating back to the 19th century. Novi Sad, and Vojvodina is multi-national and multi-ethnic society, and if you want to sense inspiring smells, and t
The food was breath taking! Massive portions, hence the name! And SUPER DELICOUS!!!! Never had deep fried goat cheese coated in corn flakes and it was a real treat! The pork stew was intensely satisfying! Wish I kept room for the dessert! Honestly surprised at how GOOD THE WINE BY THE GLASS was. Was a local red and for the price and quality - phenomenal! Come by and say hello to Albert, heâs the star of the show and made our experience even more incredible!
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