Piccolo Mondo is a small restaurant located near Wilson’s promenade, close to the Skenderija. The owners like to say that this is a small world for great gourmets, and I tend to agree with it.
The interior is quite cozy, charming and intimate. I find it lovely, somehow perfect for lunch or dinner for two. The bad thing is that it gets easily crowded and you’re lucky if you find a free table. However, during late spring, summer and even early fall, you can sit outside in a nicely organized garden with shade and green. As for the menu, you’ll find really delicious Italian and traditional Bosnian dishes, also oriental ones. There is a wide choice of pizzas, dishes with meat, veggie food and pastas made according to original, traditional Italian recipes. As for the beverages it would be a shame if you have visited Piccolo Mondo without trying domestic rakias like cherry rakia, apple rakia and others. And if you’re not a fan of rakia, you can always enjoy some tasteful wine. Prices are very acceptable, you get to eat high quality food for around € 8 (and that’s the highest price on the menu.)
On a sunny day, my plan goes like this: I’ll walk along Wilson’s promenade (check the Wilson Promenade article) and enjoy how every season suits it perfectly and then go straight to Piccolo Mondo and enjoy how those tasty meals suit my expectations. It’s a simple recipe for happiness, believe me. 🙂