Mitsi’s Delicacies, the brainchild of Milica Rasic of Serbian origin was founded in 2012. Known for its mouthwatering range of dishes, Mitsi’s has never failed to please its guests. Evolving as the country’s first ever Mediterranean restaurant, this petite café is set to reveal more if its latest culinary secrets at the inaugural Balkan Food Festival.
Serbian Cheesy Pasta
Hence a celebration of fine Mediterranean taste will be open for the general public for a week starting from September 9 onwards. Speaking to the Daily Mirror Life, Dejan Paunković, the dynamic Executive Chef of Mitsi’s Delicacies said that the dishes doesn’t have much of a spicy flavour as expected by many Lankan guests.
“Although we use spices in our dishes they are not spicy. If we make it spicy, the dishes won’t be Serbian. For example will have Pljeskavica – the signature national dish of Serbia and it is prepared with beef, lamb or chicken along with onions, Kajmak (milk cream) and other food items. We would like to invite all food lovers to come and be a part of this culinary extravaganza.”
Other dishes that will be prepared include the Serbian Cevapcici – a delicious little grilled minced sausage-like meat dish served with Lepinja flatbread, often with chopped onions, sour cream and roasted red pepper sauce mixed with pickled cheese. This dish is straight from its traditional birthplace, the Balkans.
Mediterranean Fish Soup
The iconic Serbian Risotto dish is another exclusive you must try! This includes a special chicken, seafood or vegetable broth, baked mushrooms or rice along with exotic Mediterranean BBQ. Mitsi’s Delicacies is also known for its succulent Prawn Buzzara, Serbian Cheesy Pasta, homemade Pogacha bread, Mediterranean Fish Soup and many other delicacies.
From its inception, Mitsi’s goal was to make its customers happy, both through its amazing dishes and family-friendly, personalised service.
Indulge in authentic Serbian Cuisine from September 9 onwards at Mitsi’s Delicacies.
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