Inat Kuca


Copyright: Erin Kohlenberg

Inat Kuca

Inat Kuca is a longstanding (since 1998) traditional restaurant housed in a historical building across the bridge from the Old Town Hall. Try the bosanski lonac, a hearty lamb and vegetable stew, or other Bosnian specialties off the extensive menu. Traditional music (sevdalinka) is played.


Like most areas in the Balkan region, Sarajevo’s cuisine is made up of fresh local produce such as meat (particularly lamb), dairy products, different breads, fresh fruit and vegetables. Traditional dishes to look out for include jagnjetina (lamb grilled over open fire), begova corba (chicken), one of the many stews and the local fast food cevapcici (minced meat sausages). However, be sure to leave space for a piece of baklava, a sweet honey pastry.