DESTINATIONS bosnia and herzegovina sarajevo Cafes Galatasaray
For a substantial mid-day meal, head to the centrally located Galatasaray for some local fast food. The cevapi and burek served here are consistently high quality, and if you're looking to familiarize yourself with local cuisine, this would be a good place to start.
- Address: Gazi Husrev Begova 44, Sarajevo
- Phone: +387 33 535-446
- Opening House: Daily 8am-11pm
- More Info: https://www.facebook.com/UrGalatararay
Palma was the very first privately owned pastry shop, and has survived the war of the 90’s. Today the company is rather large, with 50 employees and more than 600 seats at the spacious venue. Hot and cold beverages, biscuits, cakes and breakfast and much more is served here.
This small café is located close to the city centre. Its atmosphere is warm, friendly and cosy and it is well-visited by both locals and tourists. Revel in their home made cakes and juices and imbibe the calm feeling of this place. Food is served as well.
Despite its very basic menu and plain interior, this centrally located eatery is constantly buzzing with guests - the Bosnian "cevapi" sausages served here rank amongst the finest in the entire capital, and the grilled bread that comes on the side complements the meal nicely.