Authentic Bosnian dishes such as cabbage rolls stuffed with beef and rice, Balkan–style cevapi sausages, and goulash with paprika sauce
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Choose from Four Options
$17 for $30 worth of Bosnian food, valid Tuesday–Thursday
$19 for $30 worth of Bosnian food, valid any day
$34 for $60 worth of Bosnian food for four or more, valid Tuesday–Thursday
$38 for $60 worth of Bosnian food for four or more, valid any day
Eastern European cuisine is characterized by its juicy cuts of meat, its hearty soups, and its bold coffee. So who better to prepare these beloved dishes than natives of the former Yugoslavia, Sulejman and Ermina Grbic? At Grbic Restaurant, this couple works in conjunction with their kids—who recently appeared on Food Network's Guy’s Grocery Games and won the competitive cooking show's $10,000 prize—to prepare traditional Bosnian food. Some of the family-run eatery's most popular items include traditional Balkan sausages, or cevapi, as well as beef goulash, grilled tilapia, and stuffed cabbage rolls topped with paprika sauce. Guests can conclude their traditional meals with baklava and strong Bosnian coffee, which packs enough caffeine to make a sloth move at a medium-paced crawl.