Food Tasting at Locals Favorite Farmers Market in Belgrade

2 Ratings
  • Live Guide
  • Private Tour
  • E-Ticket
  • 1.5 hr

Farmers Market Food Tour is the best answer to the question What and Where to Eat in Belgrade! All you need to know and taste in 90 minutes. You'll go straight to seven unique tastes of Serbia, right from the traditional producers and farmers: burek, ajvar, Kaymak, čvarci, ćevapi and two desserts. You'll hear about their origins, traditions and how they're made. Besides the food tasting, the guide will show you around the neighborhood of Vračar so you discover the places where the locals actually eat. From traditional restaurants loved by generations to edgy bistros that promote new cuisine. Take the tour and take away the taste of Belgrade!

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Walking Belgrade

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Kalenic Pijaca

Led by your guide, you'll hop across the Kalenić Farmers Market to taste best and freshest burek, ajvar, kaymak, čvarci, ćevapi, fruit preserve and old style sweets. The bites are hand-picked from farmers and traditional producers we know by name. You'll start your tasting exploration as the locals do: with phyllo pastry called burek, in a family-owned bakery that's been in business for 70 years. Next, you'll hop to the stall with the awarded ajvar, a pepper spread that grown the reputation of vegetable caviar. Hear how Milanka and her female relatives prepare ajvar following the recipe that's been in the family for generations. Ajvar naturally leads to kaymak, a yummy dairy spread that contains nothing but milk and salt. For this tasting the guide will take you insider the market's dairy hall. The route then takes you to the cured meat gallery to sample čvarci, pork belly scratchings that both crunch and melt on palates. As for the famous Serbian grill, you'll hop to the locals' favorite place to taste ćevapi (grilled minced meat batons). You'll end the tasting part of the tour with traditional desserts: a home-made fruit preserve and oriental sweets telling of Middle-Eastern influences.

Duration: 1 hour 10 minutes

Stop At: Vracar

After the food tasting at the farmers market, the guide will take you for a short walk of the neighborhood called Vračar. You'll find out about the places where Belgrade locals come for a great meal. Exactly here around Kalenić Pijaca is where the local foodies seek their peace of mind and palates, avoiding the touristy central Belgrade locations. Here you can choose from the traditional Serbian cuisine to the innovative places with promising young chefs. Whatever your taste, you'll end the tour knowing what and where to eat in Belgrade..

Duration: 20 minutes
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