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Vegan food and beverages in Belgrade, Serbia
Posted November 22nd, 2012 - 7:13 pm by from Domzale, Slovenia (Permalink)
Hi, everybody.
I'm planning a trip to Belgrade, Serbia and I've been wondering where can a vegan eat out in that city? I'm not looking only for vegan places but also vegetarian and ordinary restaurants with vegan options and also for bakeries and caffes with vegan snacks and beverages.
Thank you very much for your help!

Posted November 24th, 2012 - 5:52 am by from Berlin, Germany (Permalink)
in nearly every serbian restaurant you can get grilles mushrooms w/ olive oil and/or "serbian salad" - both are yummy yummy, i didn't eat anything else while i stayed in belgrade for 10 days. anyway: not the perfect country for vegans ;-)

Posted November 24th, 2012 - 10:40 am by from Domzale, Slovenia (Permalink)
Thanks. :)

Posted November 26th, 2012 - 12:07 pm by from Athens, Greece (Permalink)
The truth is that Belgrade is not very veg-friendly.But still there are options in non vegan restaurants.I had been in Belgrade last year and I remember that small falafel shop Tel Aviv which is close to Kalemegdan.You will probably find it.It's a cheap and rather convenient solution if you don't wish to spend much time in a restaurant.There is also a small take away chinese fast-food restaurant which offers noodles with vegetables (I don't remember the exact name of the stree but I remember that it's on a vertical street of Kneza mihaila-closed on Sundays though!).I hope I helped you a little bit.Enjoy your stay in BG!

Posted November 26th, 2012 - 7:58 pm by from Domzale, Slovenia (Permalink)
Thank you!

Posted December 27th, 2012 - 2:09 pm by from Belgrade, Serbia (Permalink)
I am probably late in replying, so I hope you managed to find the 3 vegan-friendly restaurants in Belgrade.

The burek with potatoes is usually vegan. There are lots of bakery goods which are also vegan. If you see "posna" on something, it means it is meat free and dairy free. However, it may have fish.

Outside of Belgrade, you will have better luck looking for "posna" food instead of vegetarian food. People will give you meat and say "but there is just a little bit of meat in it!"

Now for the self-promotion: I've got a website http://vegetariansupplementsguide.com/

Enjoy Serbia!