provides a range of traditional dishes from Cevapi to Bosnian soups. The décor inside this Ottoman-style building has intricate carvings on the walls and shelves full of antiques. Folk music plays in the background as diners indulge in their affordable meals.
Before you enter the restaurant, gaze across the River Neretva, and you’ll see the City Hall. Inat Kuca once stood on that exact spot. The Austrians wanted a prime location along the river for their City Hall, but the Bosniak owner of his house refused to move.
Eventually, they agreed his house would be moved brick by brick to the other side of the river. This resilient Bosnian’s attitude gave his home and later restaurant the nickname House of Spite.