Would you like to go on a historical adventure of Bosnia and Herzegovina? If so, then you should join us for a traditional Bosnian dinner.
Get to know Bosnia through its fascinating cuisine in a unique and authentic atmosphere.
Meet Bosnia Travel has what you are looking for! Above all, we are offering an exclusive opportunity for you to have the best authentic Bosnian dinner.
Certainly known for its hospitality, delicious traditional homemade and artisan cuisine, Bosnia and Herzegovina’s many qualities will be experienced first-hand.
Bosnian food is known for its variety, fresh ingredients, and very few spices. Also, local food in Bosnia is usually caloric so make sure you have an empty stomach before your Bosnian dinner.
Most of all, the food is prepared with love and whether you prefer chicken, meat or vegetarian you’ll find something to your liking.
In the first place, a Bosnian family will host you in their own family house in Vratnik for an authentic Bosnian meal. Vratnik is one of the most historic areas in the Sarajevo’s old town neighbourhood.
Most noteworthy is that you will be having an authentic experience and the food quality is guaranteed. During your dinner you will witness many local customs and traditions. The menu includes specialties such as:
It was the most interesting and special experience in my visit to Sarajevo to have a homemade dinner with Hadaya’s family. Her grandparents are very very kind, the moment I entered their house, I felt like having dinner with my two nieces (Hadaya and my guide, Lejla) at our grandparents home. The food was excellent made with love and warmth. I was so touched by their hospitality. In a chilly late fall evening, having my favourite dish, Bey’s soup, and dolma plus many others, talking freely with my two “new” energetic nieces, asking questions and laughing out loud over cultures was truly the best moment life has to offer.
Hadaya is an exceptionally talented young woman, well informed, eloquent and passionate in telling me about Bosinan food, history and culture. Lejla is a very broad minded beautiful young lady who is very talented in languages. I ran into her in the street the following day in the downtown and I felt like we have been friends for long.
I highly recommend anyone coming to Sarajevo to try this Bosnian family dinner.
I recently went to Bosnia with my friends where I went to dinner to with a Bosnian. Our hosts were
zahra and her aunt and they were amazing n served amazing food
We had dinner with a sister named Zahra
I would extremely recommend this.
The food was absolutely exquisite.
And host was so friendly and very easy going
This is an experience I will never forget
We were a group of six and just loved the “dinner with Bosnian family” experience. We went to a real house and tried many traditional Bosnian dishes with a “guide” , Hidaya, that would sit with us and explain what everything was. A wonderful young woman, really knowledgeable, frank and willing to share with us lots of information (about food, but also music, society, traditions..).
The cook was a Bosnian lady that prepared meals as she would have done for her own family. She was very sweet and, even if she didn’t speak English, you could see she was so happy we were there…The food was very good but, of course, not light and with looots of meat. We had said in advance one of our friends was vegetarian and they cared for it. She said she had enjoyed the experience just as much.
It was indeed one of the best activities we have done in our one week stay in Sarajevo
We loved our family dinner. We threw them a curve ball and asked for vegetarian Bosnian food which they made for us thankfully. Every item was delicious and nothing we had experienced in restaurants, this was the real Bosnian food eaten at home. Our host was very friendly and informative. We felt like friends at the end of the evening and shared hugs all around. Definitely recommend it!