First MICHELIN guide to Belgrade recommends these 14 RESTAURANTS
The Michelin company has presented the MICHELIN guide to Belgrade for the first time in order to celebrate the richness of the city’s gastronomic scene. In this first selection, 14 restaurants are recommended, one of which was awarded the „Bib Gourmand“ symbol by the inspectors of the MICHELIN Guide.
This symbol is awarded to favorite and recognizable restaurants that offer a high quality menu and good value for money.
As always, the selection for Belgrade was made by anonymous and independent MICHELIN inspectors, who evaluate restaurants based on the global criteria of the MICHELIN Guide, with the aim of providing the best recommendations to gastronomes around the world.
This initial selection includes 14 restaurants selected for the Guide and it includes everything from a restaurant in a shopping mall to one in the former customs administration office, and the range of cuisines is equally diverse, from classic and authentic (Salon 1905, Gusti mora, JaM) to modern and creative (Enso, Homa, Magellan, The Square, Legat 1903), from Serbian to Japanese (Ebisu) or Mediterranean (Comunale Cafè e Cucina, Mezestoran Dvoriste, Langouste).
Iva New Balkan Cuisine, a friendly, neighborhood cafe-restaurant, was awarded the MICHELIN „Bib Gourmand“ symbol for its excellent quality and excellent value for money. In this modern-looking restaurant, gourmands can enjoy traditional Balkan recipes.