I spent 20+ years travelling the world for business and have been to Europe too many times to count, including the former Yugoslavia which included Bosnia. I LOVE this place Grbic... all the positive things said about the food in other reviews is true... this is authentic, real East European fare - no corners are cut here. The Apple strudel is made the same way as in Vienna, Austria -divine. I went with a friend on a Groupon for lunch and they have white linen table cloths and napkins at each table. How classy is that? I am so tired of American casualness and lack of dining manners in the majority of American owned restaurants. This family has brought Euro class to everything they do, including placing attractive ceramic wall tile from floor to ceiling in the bathrooms (another sign or European common sense and commitment to the long term). It has brick archways, ceramic tile floor throughout and a wood carved bar and looks like a perfect place for a large party or wedding. Go there and treat your taste buds and absorb a little bit of Europe here in hill-billy America.
This was a great restaurant. The service was good and the food was very tasty. The inside of the restaurant was gorgeous. I hadn't been to a Bosnian or Eastern European restaurant before but both me and my fiance found many items on the menu that sounded enticing.
Delicious! Having not had Bosnian fare before this was a neat experience. We had the mixed plate of meats which was delicious! The chicken kabob was fantastic as was the veal. We also ordered the Voldostana which was fabulous! It was like the best stroganoff ever!
The restaraunt itself was purely charming! Honestly, it didn't look like much from the outside, but inside it was lovely!
The only complaint I had was the bread was just boring french bread. I was hoping for something a little more... home made or earthy. But they sure gave us a lot of it.
As someone who likes to try new things and one who likes to cook and eat, I'm not scared of going to different ethnic restaurants to try what they have. Even if the name is funny like Grbic (pronounced Gerrbich). That's the last name of the owner. The cuisine is Bosnian and absolutely tasty. I had a dish called Cevapi (sp?) which was beef sausages that came with fries. I also had a green salad w/balsamic vinigarette, equally good. One of my co-workers had the Wiener Schnitzel, which is nothing more than a breaded, fried (I believe) chicken cutlet, as opposed to the whole breast. It looked to be very good though. The other two ladies had the Beef Goulash, which was served with mashed potatoes. The goulash had about 4 or 5 pieces of cubed beef with the sauce which is actually enough once you start pulling it apart. The meat looked very tender and they enjoyed their meal very much as did we all.
The restaurant itself is just beautiful. Old world, rustic style. Brick interior and a room with a fireplace. It was decorated for Valentine's Day. I do hope they get a good business that night and every other night. The place is just really beautiful. I even snapped shots of it on my cam phone to show other people.
If you are into trying new things like me make this place one of your stops.
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