Johan V. Hahn St. n/n.
The vegetarian restaurant's new menu and hours make Babaghanoush the perfect place for lunch with coworkers or a casual dinner date.
As close as to an American donut as Kosovars can get, these cheap treats are pretty sweet.
Rr. Enver Maloku Nr.4
The trek up Sunny Hill is well worth it for Artizan’s cheap lunch fare and gorgeous, crusty loaves.
The first western fast food franchise opens in Albi Center, providing Kosovo with sizzling deep-fried chicken, disappointing fries and not much else.
Just 240 kilometers from Prishtina, Fishte, a quiet Albanian village, is home to perhaps the biggest player in Albania’s budding slow food scene.
A ubiquitous food on most restaurant menus in the capital, proper Italian pizza is nevertheless difficult to find. Our correspondent tests his luck.
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.
Whether you’re in for vegetarian dishes, ‘concept’ fast food, or lunchtime classics, there’s a burgeoning Prishtina street corner that’s got you covered.