Daco is our favorite restaurant in
the city. It has a beautiful setting (behind a completely inconspicuous
wall that looks like there's nothing behind it when seen from the street),
one of the few souvenir shops with decent stuff to buy, and some of the
best darn Serbian food anywhere - we highly recommend the lamb! They have
a brand of beer we've not seen elsewhere (Kej) and fantastic rakija - our
favorites are the honey and the apricot flavors.
We've taken friends, family,
new teachers, and visitors from other schools there. Outside is a covered
seating area that is surrounded by cobblestones and old buildings. In back,
the cooking fires and chicken cages add an unmistakable ambiance.
Inside, the walls are decorated
with traditional weavings, pictures, and household implements: the coolest
are the cheese grater and colander coverings for the lights. It is a bit
out of the downtown area - past the Panchevo bridge - but well worth the
little extra effort to get out there. You will not be disappointed!!