Fodor's Expert Review Mala Fabrika Ukusa
The 21st-century take on Serbian cuisine is served at this quirky "little factory of good taste," as the name translates. The restaurant's creamy white interior is reminiscent of a grandmother's dream pantry. Every wall is lined with shelves of olive oil and wine bottles, jars of jam and pickles, photos, and other cute knickknacks. Outside seating in the shaded, stone patio is just as pleasant and includes a play area for children. In the kitchen, the young team of chefs applies modern techniques to Serbian classics like cevapi sausages, breaded chicken with apricot sauce, and Parmesan-crusted pork. Save room for dessert, especially the snenokle, made with egg whites and milk.
Belgrade, Central Serbia 11000, Serbia