Local food as a cultural tourism

Categories: Gastronomy



The cuisine of the Brezovica region is a blend of Turkish, Albanian and Serbian influences. Local gastronomy includes various lamb dishes, yoghurt, flija and toplija pies, as well as different types of cheese.

Some ethnic restaurants serve succulent stuffed peppers, zucchini and tomatoes in summertime, which are best eaten with a steaming hot pogaqe that is traditional bread of Kosovo* and a shot of rakija brandy.

In the local bars, you can sample wines made by villagers from grapes grown in their own vineyards. Here you can also buy other products they make, including honey, rakija brandy and tea.

Desserts, which numerous restaurants around Brezovica make according to traditional recipes, are heavily influenced by Turkish cuisine. Halva, baklavas and tufahije here taste the same as they did centuries ago.

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