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.
Thoughtful and fresh, Nosh Falafel’s do-it-yourself salad bar and vegetarian-centered fast food menu offers a range of delicious and affordable lunch choices, and a few tasty surprises as well.
Look no further than Te Muja, an unassuming yet must-try restaurant in Prishtina’s center, for a mouth watering home-cooked dining experience.
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.
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.
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.