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Enver Maloku, 10000 Prishtina
Opened on August 10 this year, Vertigo Home has a rich menu of starters, main dishes and shareable plates, shining mostly in the breakfast food section. Despite the restaurant being situated on the busy Enver Maloku street in Sunny Hill, pine trees and bushes shelter the front terrace from noise and traffic. A quiet garden area behind the main restaurant is even more peaceful, and you have the choice of upstairs seating with a balcony dining area as well. Blankets folded across the top of many of the chairs in the outdoor seating area mean you can ...
> Hannah and Friends makes for a stylish stop off for wine, snacks or a refreshment before you continue your stroll through Tokbashqe Park.
> Joining the niche sushi-serving restaurant scene in Prishtina, Nama Sushi is underwhelming but reliable.
> Healthy and toothsome, Anise offers a broad selection of sandwiches and salads alongside a restful ambiance in downtown Prishtina.
The deadlock in negotiations for the Kosovo-Serbia dialogue impacts the implementation of Brussels technical agreements, says the European Center for Minority Rights, who launched a project facilitating the rights of civil registration for minorities in Kosovo last week.