Mid Eastern/Arabian food is not a newbie to Belgrade anymore, and Hanan Shawarma is one of its hubs. It opened some four years ago, just a few months after Tel Aviv Hummus House (check the article here).
These guys and gals are Arabic and they make nice, hearty falafels, shawarma, kebab…
Actually, I think their falafel might as well be the best street falafel in Belgrade at the moment. You can choose between a smaller (3 falafel balls) and bigger sandwich (5 falafel balls).
They’re both huge, packed in freshly made pita bread that resembles more of a tortilla/doner style. There’s also an option of falafel dish, on a plate, served with fresh veggies. You can eat in or take the food away.
Shawarma Bar is near the Slavija Square, just across Manjez Park, and now they also have a seating area outside. Make sure to pay a visit if you love Mid Eastern food. As of recently, there’s a new joint in nearby Njegoševa street, just a couple of minutes’ walk away.