Waiters take orders in traditional clothes at Sadrvan, a medium-sized restaurant in the pedestrian area near . Tourists often come here for lunch as part of their guided tour or independently after a recommendation. Expect it to be busy.
Prices are affordable, and the food is mouth-wateringly delicious. Check out the selection of Dolma on the menu, which is a vegetable stuffed with either meat or rice. Japrak, or minced meat in leaves, is another one of the better dishes in this restaurant. Both are suitable for a snack or a light meal.
The main dish on the menu that satisfies the tourist’s palate is the Mostarski Sahan. Expect a large plate filled with a japrak, dolma, potatoes and lamb served with a sour cream. Visitors aren’t able to finish the dish alone and order to share with their partner. Sadrvan also serves other Bosnian treats such as Begova Soup (Bev’s Soup), which is a slow-cooked chicken and vegetable soup. A sweet dessert, like Tufahija, is the best way to finish your meal while drinking Bosnia coffee.