Several years ago a few friends from different professional backgrounds gathered together to open a restaurant which brought on a new concept of fine dining to a somewhat tarnished culinary scene of Belgrade. Inspired by the famous Danish fine dining restaurant and its cuisine they made something unique and different with more Belgradean style. In a fleeting moment Homa seem to have become a well loved restaurant by the locals and the foreigners especially tourists and business people from Scandinavia and Western Europe.
It’s situated in the Lower Dorcol that seem to have become a very trendy part of Belgrade in the last several years when it comes to coffee culture, drinking and dining. Interior design of the restaurant is simple, dominated by white color and light that has been achieved with the help of milky white lamps in the shape of a sphere. Black metal tables that contrast with white wooden chairs break the bleak and arid atmosphere of the restaurant. Inside, as well as in the garden, there is a large black and white bar framed with concrete.
Location of the restaurant itself is quite unique. Industrial zone is just round the corner, but customers can feel as if they were sitting in the oasis of peace and tranquility. Specific menu, fusion cuisine, a mixture of flavors and tastes of local, European, South American and Asian cuisines are the expertise of the main chef.
Homa is one of the first restaurants in the city launching tasting menu of 8 courses with wine matching at the cost of 10.000 dinars which comes across as very affordable for lovers of fine dining concept. Lest we forget the tasting menu can be ordered till 10 p.m
If you like trying something different from usual when it comes to food and treat all your senses with fusion specialties from fish, meat to vegetarian menu as Foie Gras Paté glazed with Porto Wine, poached pears and hazelnut bread or veal tongue 30 days treated and sautéed in bone marrow with shallot and thyme, palenta and pirotski kačkavalj croquette, creme fresh with horseradish and mustard ice cream or just tuna tartare and criander creme fraiche, wakame salad with sesame in which case Homa comes as the right choice.
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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.