Lately, restaurant Ahar has been my favourite place for afterwork snacks, coffee and gatherings with friends. The place is relatively new, since they opened in the summer of 2015, but in this short time their food has definitely earned positive points among my friends and with me.
Reservations are usually not necessary – it seems that the customers just naturally flow into the place, where everyone can find a table for themselves. I feel very relaxed there, there’s some kind of positive vibe in the place. Maybe it’s the music, the service or the simple interior. I prefer it on winter afternoons, where I feel as if I’m sitting in a mountain cottage restaurant.
Also, I love their rich food coming from the bread oven – at affordable prices, too. You can really find delicious meals starting from 4 KM to 25 KM, so both budget and non-budget travelers can definitely enjoy pressure-free. I would recommend any rich soup, as well as the meat dishes with vegetables made in the bread oven and the little buckwheat breads with cheese and kajmak or the buckwheat pizza. I also love it when we get complimentary thin crispy focaccia while we wait. Such a nice touch.
It’s not centrally located, but it’s easy to reach, near the 4th tram station from the Central bank. Ahar is especially convenient and the best place to take a break and have a late afternoon lunch if you are on the tour to the Zemaljski muzej or walking on Wilson Promenade.