A hidden gem in Prishtina’s old town, Te Aga has been a popular dining spot serving a simple yet faultless menu for more than a decade.
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.
Hike up into Sunny Hill for some morning exercise and decent breakfast with ambiance at Vertigo Home.
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.
Offering traditional fare with a bit of a twist, Brasserie Proka in Dragodan brings some original taste to a sophisticated setting.
A recent addition to Prishtina’s palette, Punjabi Kitchen specializing in south Asian comfort food, is packing new flavors that are here to stay.
Le Sandwich brings in fresh vegetables, high quality meats, and artisanal breads packaged into a sandwich that is as tasty as it is pretty.
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.