In the city where carnism is a part of a dining culture definitely is not easy to remain vegetarian . Mercifully, there are several nice spots where one can find vegetarian specialities and raw food dishes. So, let’s see what we recommend.
Gnezdo is situated in the apartment of post war building in the neighborhood of Savamala, next to Basta Jazz Bar. It offers delicious vegan and non-vegan dishes and homemade rakija.
Address: Male Stepenice 1A, Savamala
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Radost Fina Kuhinjica
A vegetarian restaurant cosseted away in the apartment near Kalemegdan Fortess. We have already written about it so you can read here.
Address: Pariska 3, 11000 Belgrade
Located in Palmoticeva Street in downtown of the city, Mumbai is a vegan place serving 2-3 dishes each day semi-Indian style, including samosas, tofu, and seitan. Food is sold by weight. Some range of sweets is on offer too. Menu is now 100% vegan.
Address: Palmoticeva 5, Stari Grad
Quite a popular place situated in King Alexander Boulevard . Jazzayoga serves meat, but veg options are available as well. All is vegetarian apart from fish. Offer includes sandwiches, wraps, and salads, freshly squeezed juice, tapas, muesli, and breakfast menu.
Address: Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra 48, 11000 Belgrade
Nice vegetarian restaurant situated in the neighborhood of New Belgrade where Novak Djokovic is a regular . Interior looks nice and the garden is also available. It offers health food with vegetarian and fish dishes.
Address: Omladinskih brigade 86, New Belgrade
The cuisine is Italian but also vegan friendly. The main dish is pizza. Reservations are required.
Address: Nevesinjska 6, 11000 Belgrade
Elixir Juice Bar
Lovely juice bar offering drinks and light food. Has smoothies, juices, coffee, breakfast food, sandwiches, soup, salads, and sweets.
Address: Strahinjica Bana 52, Dorcol
Tel Aviv Humus House
Serves meat, but veg options are available too. Small eatery located near Zeleni Venac Green Market with limited seating arrangments. The humus and falafel are prepared separately from the meat, and the bread is made in-house and you get lemonade for free.
Address: Carica Milica 3, Zeleni Venac
Dragana Kostica is the Belgrade-based editor in chief and founder of Still in Belgrade art, culture and club scene magazine. She holds a Master of Arts in Cultural Policy and Management in Arts (MA of Arts) and a Bachelor degree in Archaeology.