Like every other city, Belgrade’s got some basic sights every tourist visits. The chances are good you’ll go to see Tašmajdan Park, St Marko’s Church, The Assembly Building, the Old Palace, Slavija Square. Well, once in that neighbourhood, swerve a bit off the beaten path and go to Kabezza – it’s one of those hidden gems that are not easy to find but are easy to adore.
Warm and welcoming, simple yet classy, Kabezza represents a lovely place to refuel and recharge, be it just for a drink or for a meal. The atmosphere is relaxed and homely, people usually come in small groups to enjoy some peace in a lively surrounding – pet-friendly, children-friendly, smokers-friendly, Kabezza is friendly through and through but if you can choose when to come, opt for a Saturday between 12:00 and 17:00, which is when their yummy brunches are served: all you can eat for 790din. And trust me – the buffet is so diverse, you won’t be able to taste everything. You’ll definitely see me there, eating and having fun.
Oh, and in case you were wondering what Kabezza means – it’s an ancient, traditional Serbian fruity drink you can find almost nowhere nowadays. Almost. Go to Kabezza at least for a sip of it – it’s totally worth it!