This spot was on top of my list right away!
The cake shop of my childhood, where my mom used to take me for a lemonade and a scoop of Malaga ice-cream if I was good (and my grandpa even if when was not). Started as a small family business in 1957, the place underwent a huge renovation two years ago and reemerged modern, improved and not a tad less delicious than it was in the old days. There’s no doubt that the founder of the shop would be proud of his grandson who currently runs it.
A huge selection of all kinds of cakes – traditional Serbian, Turkish and Austrian (the times of Belgrade history between Ottoman Empire and Austro-Hungarian Empire still live in the cuisine, especially in the sweets menu) – but also ice-cream and various sweets, lemonade and boza (a yeast-based non-alcoholic beverage) nicely served by really pleasant girls.
It’s a keeper.
If you are coming from Belgrade, this could be a lovely ending of a nice day at the Danube, and if you are starting your stroll towards Belgrade from Gardoš, this could be the best first stop. Take a glass of boza and a baklava, or a slice of Vasina cake, and get ready for the Zemun experience.