Sample the Food of Bosnia Herzegovina in MostarIf you venture to Mostar, and I recommend you do, and you’re up for some no-frills, delicious, Bosnian local specialties, this is the place to visit.
It doesn’t look like much, and to be fair, we likely would have passed it by if it wasn’t so strongly recommended by our guide, Zoran, from Vacation in Dubrovnik. It was proof again that looks can be deceiving.
We loved every single bite eaten from our paper plates at one of the 5 tables inside. We didn't know what anything was called, but it didn't matter.
The whole belly-stuffing meal cost us about 10 euro (for 3 people).