Reviews

Eat

ADDRESS

Marigona Residence

OPENING HOURS

  • Daily, 11:00 am - 11:00 pm

CONTACT

Hemingway, with its intimate, date-night interior and its small, fish-focused menu offers some of the best sea bass and fish pastas around Prishtina.

Eat

ADDRESS

Simon Shiroka n/n

OPENING HOURS

  • Mon-Sat 12 pm - 12 am; Sun 3 pm - 12 am.

CONTACT

Tai Sweets

The newest global food trend has finally come to Prishtina: Tai Sweet has instagram-perfect Thai rolled ice cream, but we’d like to see some more flavor options.

Eat

ADDRESS

Rruga Mitrovica n.n

OPENING HOURS

  • Tue-Fri: 6.45am - 10pm, Sat: 8am - 10pm

CONTACT

Sonder

We are not prone to sweeping declarations, but we loved everything about this new place with a small but well curated menu in uptown Prishtina.

DonutBar

As close as to an American donut as Kosovars can get, these cheap treats are pretty sweet.

Artizan Bakery

The trek up Sunny Hill is well worth it for Artizan’s cheap lunch fare and gorgeous, crusty loaves.

James Burger

New Prishtina burger shop brings Michelin star swagger to compete with the Kosovo classics.

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Features

Tour Kosovo’s medieval Novo Brdo Fortress in 360

The medieval mining town and fortress of Novo Brdo, explored through Kallxo’s 360-degree video technology.

food

Hunting for edible pizza in Prishtina

A ubiquitous food on most restaurant menus in the capital, proper Italian pizza is nevertheless difficult to find. Our correspondent tests his luck.

beer

Beyond the pils: Kosovo’s expanding beer scene

Sabaja was Kosovo’s first brewery to push outside of the Pilsner box, but with new products from Birra Prishtina and Birra Peja, the country’s beer palate is evolving.

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