This is not a fancy restaurant. You come here if you wanna dig in and get your hands deliciously filthy. It’s on the second floor of a building right across the road from Zahir Pajaziti square. It is modest-looking, but the food doesn’t share that same quality. The name of the restaurant directly translates to “No fork”, so show no hesitation eating your meal like it’s a midnight snack. The thing I love most about Papirun is the sandwiches and the soft homemade bread that they use for them. An honourable mention goes to the “Chicken crunch”, but you can also try the soups, fajitas or take a look at the vegan menu and get a delicious falafel salad. One thing that’s really interesting about this place is the little metal mugs which I doubt you’ve ever seen before.
It has a balcony outside with a nice and quiet view where people like to come on their lunch breaks for a quick meal and a relaxing place to talk and not think about work. Anyhow, whatever time of day it might be, if you find yourself craving a delicious sandwich and a fine place to eat it in, consider checking this place out.