Osteria Basilico is a classic Prishtina dining spot that offers filling pastas and a great steak in the kind of place you’d meet a business partner for dinner and drinks.
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.
At Francisko you’ll find a menu heavy in seafood and salty meats, traditional Spanish dishes inspired by modernism, and a pricey gin and tonic menu.
Since 2005, the Himalayan Gorkha Restaurant has fed locals and travelers alike, offering authentic Nepalese and Indian food in the very heart of Prishtina.
Serendipity is a Mexican restaurant that has the best Santa Fe spring rolls that my taste buds have ever seen. During the night there’s usually musi...
As my dining partner exclaimed, Pasta da Pucci is Italian food for internationals. I like to call it Italian food with a twist. The menu is ...
A versatile restaurant welcomes diners offering deliciously cooked food and intimacy in central Prishtina.
A self-described deli, Tartine has managed to bring a novelty into a town that has had very little flirtation with French cuisine before.