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Street food

    We intentionally don’t say “fast food” because in Serbia it is quite normal to wait in the street for even up to 15 minutes to have your meal prepared, so the more appropriate term for the Serbian context would be “slow food”, but not in the true sense of the word. Anyway, there are many small shops in Serbia that prepare a wide variety of food, kick-starting early in the morning until late into the night and some even go through the whole night, so you definitely won’t stay hungry. Fast food is the most commonly consumed food in the world, and Serbia is no exception. Aside from various types of sandwiches, hamburgers “with everything”, all kinds of grilled specialties and Greek gyros, this plentiful segment of Serbian food is also abundant in an enormous variety of pancakes, salads, pizzas with assorted toppings, and diverse fish specialties…