Orašac is a legendary restaurant of Serbian cuisine, a place where generations of Belgrade citizens come to feel a bohemian sparkle and enjoy good food.
Orašac is located just opposite to Monument of Vuk, at Kralja Aleksandra 122 Street. The restaurant is very spacious, with the traditional Serbian look, Serbian historic heroes observing the guests from the pictures, and domestic music quietly coming from the speakers. Interior of Orašac is decorated with authentic Serbian possessions, such as rugs from Pirot or true kafana tables.
Just like any other good traditional restaurant, Orašac has a beer garden under a linden tree that gives a generous shade, which is ideal for the warm summer days. You can see pictures of the garden below.
Orašac offers traditional Serbian food, obviously, but their specialty is roasted meat (known as pečenje). Get a portion of pečenje, and you’ll have a plate of cheese for free!
Belgrade CAT had a portion of mixed meat, shopska salad and warm and fresh flatbread. A portion too small for our gourmet taste!