While smoking is not legally completely banned in bars, restaurants and other indoor public places, the owners tend to be more inclined towards enabling this habit by allowing indoor smoking. This means that nonsmokers have to either deal with it, or – if they are really bothered by smoke – try to find non smoking places.
When famous Network Cafe Bar did its research on bars and restaurants in Belgrade, the categories were not only the quality of service, offer, competence, management and high level of maintenance, but also the health level of the ambiance, meaning the nonsmoking area.
This project was also supported by the city’s public health institutions. It examined over 500 bars and restuarants and surveyed over 2000 people. Finally, they came up with a list of places in Belgrade, equally enjoyable for smokers and non smokers.
CREDO is a part of Courtyard by Marriott hotel and located at the very heart of the city. That is an urban & elite restaurant in Belgrade which offers “signature” dishes of Serbian and Mediterranean cuisine, exquisite interior design complemented with a collection of contemporary art pieces and the amazing view to the most central spot at the Square of the Republic.
Credo Restaurant and Bar provides a refreshing culinary range of dishes, a new experience for your taste buds with a unique blend of flavors. “We create culinary art.” said culinary Master, Chef Nenad Jovanović.
2. CHEZ NIK
This restaurant is a unique mix of contemporary and traditional flavors with carefully selected wine labels from Serbia, the region and Europe located in Novi Beograd in Zorana Đinđića street. Chez Nik Cafe is a place where you can have a break, enjoy chatting with friends, or do some of your business activities in an air-conditioned room with a high-speed internet connection.
Apart from the main restaurant hall, the “Private Lounge” functions as a separate unit providing you and your guests the privacy you seek. In addition to this kind of socializing, their culinary team created a few set menus which represent the best “Chez Nik” has to offer.
3. IRIS New Balkan Cuisine concept
Located in Sarajevska 54, New Balkan Cuisine is significantly differs from other restaurant in town.
Their aim is to change the food, the way it is perceived, and it is consumed. Thay want to adjust it to present time expectations and needs.
They respect the core values and modify food and culture accordingly by changing its form. In doing so, they create a completely new experience form already known flavors, which is the main task of New Balkan Cuisine concept.
LORENZO AND KAKALAMBA is a family restaurant that managed to conquer its guests with its originality, charm and unique connection between Florence and Pirot in a very short period of time. The idea came from the honest promise of a careful husband to a beloved wife at the beginning of marriage:” My dear, I can only surely promise that you will never be hungry!”
The owner of the restaurant graduated from the Florence Academy Apicius thus becoming the Master chef of Tuscan cuisine. Her chef mentors from Florence, London and Amsterdam helped her get acquainted with the latest food preparation techniques, and the specialty of Lorenzo & Kakalamba is traditional Tuscan and Pirot cuisine with the preparation of contemporary international dishes.
5. Radost Fina Kuhinjica
This restaurant is the first of its kind in Belgrade, and appeals to all lovers of healthy food. It is a place where you can always try something original and new.
Vegans and vegetarians will love it, and those more skeptical about these food habits are in for a treat and just might change their minds. A laidback home of delicious healthy cuisine, perfect to charge your batteries.
6. Tavern & Wine Bar Tata Mata
Tavern & Wine Bar Tata Mata offers guests authentic Dalmatian specialties prepared according to old maritime recipes.
One of the few remaining pre-war houses with a garden in Dalmatinska street, has taken back its splendor and dignity after restaurant owners completed the renovations. It used to belong to the renowned Serbian and Yugoslav director, actor, professor of the Academy of Dramatic Arts whose scene today is named after his mother, Mati Milosevicu.
Be confident you’ll cure your summertime seaside nostalgia here while enjoying the fresh fruits of the depths of the Adriatic, carefully picked wines, and the view of the olive tree while sitting at the bar.