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Ljubuški's Eats

Ljubuški's Eats

As in any other cities in Herzegovina, you can find couple of fine restaurants, fast food restaurant and pie bakeries in Ljubuški, where you can eat various meal like ćevapi (small beef sausages), veal meat, lamb meat, sarma (minced beef and rice rolled in cabbage), musaka (casserole made of meat, tomatoes, cheese and potatoes), sandwiches, hamburgers, pizzas, bread rolls…

Pizzeria restaurant Avantgarde has become known for kindness and hospitality because staff meets almost all guests’ requirements, but also for delicious meals. Diversity and high quality is the main criteria for restaurants. Menu is offered with a variety of traditional specialties and Mediterranean dishes, with Herzegovinian high-class wines, like Žilavka (dry white wine), Vranac (red wine) or Blatina (dry red wine). Other the pizzeria restaurant Avantgarde, you can also visit restaurant Vrilo Vrioštice and restaurant Kerametal.


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