Restaurant & wine bar Hrastovina
One of Belgrade's busiest streets, King Alexander Boulevard, number 248 has recently been the address of the Hrastovina restaurant and wine bar. Located in Belgrade's most beautiful boulevard, on the border of Zvezdara and Vracar, Hrastovina has in a short time managed to become a favorite bar in which to look for a place more.
The cozy interior and associated garden, the offer of quality portions, friendly staff and efficient service are the factors that ultimately give a restaurant full of guests from morning to evening. The interior of the restaurant is characterized by warm wood tones in conjunction with industrial design, which is currently a leading trend in interior decoration. A space that is elegant enough to feel sophisticated and displaced from care in symbiosis with modern details is the perfect scenery for complete gastronomic enjoyment.
From the informal atmosphere to the irresistible artistic note, this place captivates with every element. The very philosophy of Hrastovina is pervaded by a dedication to detail, and thus this unique collage of restaurants, wine bars and shops is rightly declared as a worldwide concept. A multicultural touch to the restaurant is also brought by exhibitions of photographs that are often sold at charity auctions organized by this bar. The menu itself is a fusion of flavors that the restaurant brings to us in the form of international cuisine. What they are particularly proud of is the fact that all meat from premium butchers is Jokic.
High quality meats such as beef or steak are cooked after 30 to 40 days of aging and dry ripening. All dishes that include the name of the restaurant in their name, such as Oak salad, Hrastovina melt or dessert tiramisu Oak are specialties of the home of authentic taste. The wine list is what sets Hrastovina apart from the Belgrade restaurant scene. The bar offers about 210 labels, broken down by area. True wine lovers can enjoy a selection of wines from all over the world. For lovers of Old World wine aromas, there are selected labels from the best regions of Italy, France, Spain and Portugal. Those who prefer the New World offer can choose wines from Australia, Chile, Argentina and New Zealand.
Special emphasis is placed on the region and local wineries, so this unique selection is a compliment to regional winemaking. At any time, if you have any doubts regarding the pairing of food and wine, the restaurant manager, Marko Marjanovic, an internationally certified sommelier who is an expert in his field, can help.
The wine shop that exists within the restaurant is the perfect opportunity to buy something from a variety of wine selections. On Fridays, DJ performances and warm up can be a great introduction to the city, and Saturdays are reserved for wine nights with jazz sounds. Wednesday is here to relax during the week with great wines at promo prices ...
Wine makes a symphony from a good meal. - Fernando Garvin