Row 1

116 Avenue C (at E 8th St)
New York, NY 10009
(212) 353-8000
Eastern European
$ $ $
Mon–Thu: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM Fri: 5:00 PM–1:00 AM Sat: Noon–1:00 AM Sun: Noon–11:00 PM

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  • So soviet... Until the band plays Elvis.
  • Cozy, charming Serbian restaurant high on comfort food like braised beans with sausage, hefty spinach pies, and bacon-wrapped liver and dates.
  • Winner of Best Serbian in the Village Voice 2011 Best Of issue!
  • You'll find some real authentic Balkan food here. Go for the Svinjska plecka, a savory braised pork shoulder served with mashed potatoes and a red cabbage salad.
  • Relaxed atmosphere and nicely grilled meats. Who knew I liked Serbian?
  • Fried spearing, smoked trout and the big grilled meat plate are always awesome. Interesting regional wine list. I don't know why the food media ignores this place, but thank god they do. More for us.
  • Try the Cevapi, similar to Mediterranean merguez sausage, except made with 3 different meats! Also, Balkan wines are unbeatable. I opted for a Slovenian pinot noir.
  • Best grilled meat plate in town + interesting wine. Winner!
  • Delicious Serbian-Croatian eats here. Went during a guitar duo performing & they were great. I didn't know the words, but felt a fun vibe from folks who did. The food: amazing. The cheese pie, is yum.
  • Spinach and lamb stew for the serbian food newbie. You wont regret it!
  • Reasonable and delicious Serbian food - very pork heavy. Go on Friday night for added ambience - an accordion player!
  • Best Serbian food in NY. If you like grilled meat, I can recommend no better place.
  • Delicious! The wheat dessert is yummy and unique
  • Great on sunday night, live jazz...
  • Drink the niksicko beer.
  • Amazing good food and a Warming and Nice atmosphere:-) i would allways comeback
  • To do: eat a lamb chop or pork shoulder special, share bottle of Serbian wine with friends, and hibernate for the winter afterwards
  • Hrana nije ba kao u Srbiji, ali to ne znai da nije dobra. :D/The food is not as good as in Serbia, but that doesn't mean that it's not delicious. :)
  • Try this Serbian restaurant where the burek is to die for.
  • Music every damn night - obnoxious and ruins the ambience