Franca Lehara 2, Tržni centar Alta
The fresh specialties available at this eatery are a good choice for any meal.
One of Sarajevo's trademarks is certainly its traditional Bosnian cuisine, and a large selection of tasty local specialties can be found at Aščinica ASDŽ, in the heart of Baščaršija, on Ćurčiluk Mali 3.
Aščinica ASDŽ first opened in 1995 and since then it has stuck to a simple principle that has made it a favored traditional restaurant: all of the food is prepared according to original recipes, using only the finest local ingredients and without any additional artificial ingredients.
Sogan dolma, papaz ćevap, Bosanski lonac, all types of pita (burek) and soups are just some of the foods ASDŽ has to offer. In order to ensure that the Bosnian dishes are presented to visitors in the correct way, the food is served in sahans (traditional covered metal plates).
If you’d like to try some famous Bosnian sweets, you can choose from among kadaif, baklava, tufahija… and we definitely recommend that you try some refreshing compote, made from local, hand-picked fruits.
You can visit Aščinica ASDŽ every day from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., and experience first-hand why this is one of the best places in Sarajevo to satisfy your hunger!