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Mostar has a long been a tourist destination with a plenty of inexpensive, high quality dining. Even the traditional pita buregdzenica places offer very inexpensive, traditional flavours.


The most popular and numerous restaurants in town are traditional and Dalmatian, almost all having some sort of Italian dish available. Traditional restaurants offer excellent menus of Herzegovina meals including; sarma, begova corba (chicken stew), teletina (veal), filled peppers, sitni cevap (veal stew), and grilled lamb just to name a few. Both the traditional and Dalmatian restaurants specialize in fresh and saltwater fish dishes. The local trout, pastrmka, is always a good buy. Do try a tasty platter of Herzegovina cheese (livanksi, iz mijeha, kozija) with some fine red wines from the region. Service in Mostar is good and tipping is normal, but not required. An average sit down meal with drinks generally ranges from 5-12 euros. The pita places are very inexpensive lunch stops and range from 1-3 euro.



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