Reviews

ADDRESS

Hajdar Dushi no.26 1000 Prishtina

OPENING HOURS

  • Mon-Fri 11:00-16:30, 18:00-00:00

CONTACT

Prishtine

Look no further than Te Muja, an unassuming yet must-try restaurant in Prishtina’s center, for a mouth watering home-cooked dining experience.

ADDRESS

Pallati i Rinise

OPENING HOURS

  • Daily, 11:00-23:00

CONTACT

SushiCo

With stylish setting, elegant presentation and the biggest selection of fresh sushi and Asian fusion dishes in the city, newly-opened SushiCo is impressive, but its novelty certainly comes at a price.

Eat

ADDRESS

Johan V. Hahn, 1000 Prishtina

OPENING HOURS

  • Mon-Sat 07:00-0:00

CONTACT

Menza Ramiz Sadiku

A refreshing addition to the Prishtina’s culinary and cultural scene, Menza Ramiz Sadiku brings to life an old 1960s canteen with contemporary interior design, a seasonally-inspired menu and locally sourced produce.

Nama Sushi

Joining the niche sushi-serving restaurant scene in Prishtina, Nama Sushi is underwhelming but reliable.

Anise

Healthy and toothsome, Anise offers a broad selection of sandwiches and salads alongside a restful ambiance in downtown Prishtina.

Brasserie Proka

Offering traditional fare with a bit of a twist, Brasserie Proka in Dragodan brings some original taste to a sophisticated setting.

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