Mezestoran Dvoriste in the Old Town, has been a go-to spot in Belgrade for several years already. The restaurant introduces its new menu just in time to greet spring, with the debut of sea food and among other meat and vegetarian options.
When the main Chef designed the menu, it was the Mediterranean culture and Mid-eastern tradition that served as an inspiration for new culinary delights.
“New add-ons in our food and wine menu are inspired by the Mediterranean, but also Mid-eastern cuisine and lifestyle. As usually, we try to mix domestic products from Serbia with well-known specialties from Italy, Spain, Greece, Turkey, Lebanon and Israel. Award-winning wines from smaller and bigger wineries are an integral part of our offer”, says the main Chef.
Seafood lovers can taste Mediterranean squids stuffed with aromatic vegetables & couscous, while meat lovers have a chance to indulge in new dishes such as Samosas – with beef and raita, Hunkar Begendi – “Sultan’s Delight”- a beef stew served on creamy eggplant puree, and some grilled traditional cheese “Miročki” from Serbia.
The main Chef of course didn’t forget to include vegetarian options. So, don’t hesitate to taste homemade pasta “Pljukanci” with shrimps and cherry tomato and Chickpeas fried balls with light tahini sauce.
The new dishes bring unique flavors and combinations to Belgrade, allowing locals and visitors to experience specialties from different parts of the world. The creative seafood dishes, diverse menu, and magnificent setting all contribute to making the Mezestoran Dvoriste one of the best restaurants in town.
Few facts to know about Mezestoran Dvoriste:
-All the meals are prepared with Greek extra virgin olive oil.
– House wine is produced in Crete
-You can buy homemade Olive oil from Peloponnese, crunchy
bread and wine from Crete in the restaurant.
-Mezestoran Dvoriste is open seven days a week from 9 am to midnight.
Address: 46 Svetogorska St. 11000 Belgrade
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.