Wednesday, August 26, 2009
First up, let's discuss the Bosnian. Bosnia and Herzegovina were part of the former Yugoslavia. After their bloody war in the 90s, one can assume they are still trying to rebuild as a nation, and connect with their diaspora. Their expats are now bringing Bosnian cuisine around the world-check out this 2006 New York Times article on the NYC population;s cuisine needs.
Luka Lu, a Bosnian-Italian restaurant with a romantic and quirky ambiance. The menu is mostly Bosnian featuring some of their classical dishes including čevapčiči and pljeskavice. If you're willing to try everything, they have a combination platter which includes both of these. Čevapčiči is a dish of grilled mincemeat, usually served with pita and condiments. Pljeskavice is mincemeat stuffed with cheese, in their case Edam. Luka Lu's also includes bacon.
The Prague Spoon's visit.
Corner of Opletalova and Politickych veznu