Traditional Bosnian pie, in the heart of Dubrovnik
Homemade and always fresh pies
There is a lasting connection between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Dubrovnik throughout history, and one of the strongest ties is the Bosnian language, an authentic and special alphabet of Bosnia, which was also written in Dubrovnik. This alphabet is interesting as a folk phenomenon, created by the people, to serve their first cultural and literary needs. The oldest preserved monument written in the Bosančica alphabet is the charter of Kulin Ban from 1189, as the first diplomatic document issued by a Bosnian ruler to the ruler, i.e. prince of another state, and enabled free trade between the then two states, Bosnia and the Republic of Dubrovnik.
As Bosančica is an alphabet that is still kept in Dubrovnik, our “Bosančica” is also a symbol of authenticity and tradition, as an unbreakable link between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Dubrovnik, when it comes to the economy, art, tourism, and thus gastronomy.
Bosnian pie is one of the traditional Bosnian dishes, prepared according to the original recipe and prepared by the hand of a Bosnian woman. Along with the secrets of the best pie head chefs from Sarajevo, today we prepare them as such with hand-made dough always served fresh in the heart of Dubrovnik.
All pies are made in the same way, with special skills of developing and bending, and there are many recipes and ingredients from which you can prepare them, and the most sought after are:
- Pie with cabbage (ZELJANICA)
- Pie with cheese (SIRNICA)
- Potato pie (KROMPIRUŠA)
- Pie with meat (BUREK)
In addition to the most famous and most popular traditional pies, in Bosančica you can always find a pie made according to an unusual and new recipe, and traditional Bosnian desserts.
MONDAY AND SATURDAY