Despite dishes made of seafood being less popular and scarcely presented on the menu of local restaurants the city of Sarajevo offers several gastronomy destinations to visit which serve excellent seafood treats. The menu of these restaurants usually offers dishes made of fried fish, original pies stuffed with seafood and seafood soups and starters. Local desserts deserve a special attention of tourists as this domain of local cuisine has been much affected with Turkish culinary traditions. The most popular ethnic sweets are considered to be halvah, locum and baklava.
Tourists can try and enjoy local sweets not only in gastronomy establishments, but can also buy them at local markets or in specialized stores. Typical ethnic treats are considered to be a pie named gabanica stuffed with tender cheese as well as crisp cookies added with nuts Sujuk. Tourists will discover rather exotic treats among ethnic desserts served in local restaurants. One of the most exotic treat is Strukli being juicy plums stuffed with nuts and baked in cheese. The most popular drink among local folks is considered to be black coffee, however local restaurants serve delicious aroma herb tea as well as milk. Among spirits and alcoholic drinks the most in demand ones are various sorts of beer being much appreciated by local folks.
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