Sadrvan is good, cheap, and quick, as its prime location on the main drag near the bridge has a high customer turnover. It’s really busy, so make sure to ask for everything you need at your first chance; it's hard to flag down a waiter.
When we finally got our food, it was kind of disappointing. After waiting sooo loooong, I wanted to love it, but couldn’t. The vegetables, mainly zucchini and eggplant, were literally soaked in oil. And when you soak zucchini and eggplant in so much oil, they become almost unpalatable. The only really good part was a small scoop of a rice and chard mixture in the middle. It was garlicky and properly salted, and really good. However, despite my order, it was topped with sour cream, so when I removed anything that could have possibly touched the cream (no way was I going to wait another hour for a new plate), it was an even smaller portion. Oh well. That’s what you get when you go to a really insanely touristed restaurant. I wish I just went to Sadrvan again for more duvec!
- Water speed: Nope.
- Bathrooms: Didn’t actually see! So weird.
- Service: Decent
- Food: Good comforting veg option
Hindin Han, Mostar
- Water speed: Nope again.
- Bathrooms: Fine.
- Service: Bleh.
- Food: Not really worth the potential horrible wait.