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Address: 86g Milana Rakića St., Belgrade
Web site: www.restoranmoj.com
Working hours of the restaurant and kitchen: 9 a.m. – 11 p.m.
City transportation: buses 46, 79
Credit cards: Visa, MasterCard, Dina, American Express
Garden or terrace: yes, 25 seats
Parking: on the sidewalk
Menu: in Serbian
Staff speak: English
Main courses: 450 - 1,200 dinars
Available for hire: yes
We started our “at home” meal with stuffed, breaded peppers, receiving several red, juicy peppers filled with tasty cheese, while the other entrée consisted of mushrooms filled with a not too piquant gourmet filling in which ham dominated and there were only traces of hot peppers.
For the main course, the largest offer comes from the grill, but the menu also includes several chicken and turkey combinations, so we decided to go with these and ordered the saltimbocca, a generous portion of chicken with prosciutto in a cream and white wine sauce, mild and tasty.
The smoked trout was likewise delicious, served without the overbearing aroma and arranged on the plate with boiled potatoes and Swiss chard.
The list of desserts is narrowed down, but the profiterole we tried were fresh, tasty and not too sweet.
Food can also be ordered by the phone if you don’t live nearby, and if you visit this restaurant over the weekend, you’ll have the chance to enjoy live music.
Meal for two: 2,800 dinars.
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