Type: National Restaurant
If you'd like to try Sarajevo Sahan, dolma or a traditional Bosnian meal, then the restaurant, Kod Keme, with its 40-plus year tradition, is just the place for you.
The interior is done in the old Bosnian style and the corner seating units, authentic woven rugs and tons of photos simply make the pleasant atmosphere of this traditional Bosnian restaurant even more complete.
But don't let the ambient fool you, because there is more than just Bosnian food on the menu. There’s much to try from among the wide selection: lamb and veal baked under a sač, Sarajevo ćevapi and other grilled foods, as well as Italian dishes and superb fish. We recommend that you try some of the domestic fruit brandies and you can top off your delicious meal with some traditional Bosnian coffee.
The restaurant is located on Đulagina Street (which runs perpendicular to the streets, Mula Mustafe Bašeskije and Sarači), not far from city attractions, like Gazi Husrev Mosque, the Old Orthodox Church and Morića Han.