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A festival worth celebrating at the end of summer

As a foreigner who has been living in Serbia for 4 years, this is my first time to visit Leskovac... read more

Reviewed 1 September 2017
Dao H
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Serbian food festival

The grill festival that used to be better. It's getting worse every year as there are more and more... read more

Reviewed 15 December 2016
DjDmitry
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1 Sep 2017
“A festival worth celebrating at the end of summer”
17 Jun 2018
“Stinky and dirty”
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Downtown, Leskovac, Serbia
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Reviewed 18 June 2018 via mobile

Considered to be a top attraction in Leskovac, we got there. Well it attracts a huge crowd, but at the end you get a lot stink, dirty tables, poor service and generally underprepared food. I wasn't impressed.

1  Thank Jan V
Reviewed 1 September 2017 via mobile

As a foreigner who has been living in Serbia for 4 years, this is my first time to visit Leskovac and attend Rostiljiada 2017. You can find Pljeskavica (Serbian burger) or other kinds of grilled meat all over Serbia but if you look for an...More

Thank Dao H
Reviewed 15 December 2016

The grill festival that used to be better. It's getting worse every year as there are more and more restaurants who are not from the local area and are pushing local restaurants form the event. If you visit this event be absolutely sure that you...More

2  Thank DjDmitry
Reviewed 5 September 2016

Leskovac is a small serbian town- about 60K citizens.It is quite backward in terms of architecture.The grilled meats in so called Rostiljijada are well prepared and very tasty but the service is awful.The waiter doubled our check,so check out your bills and do not pay...More

Thank radimex-77
Reviewed 3 September 2016 via mobile

Rostiljijada is celebration of the grill. The most beautiful grill in Serbia and in the Balkans is here. There are different meat. Have a lot of fuss. In the evening has live music everywhere. The grill is beautiful everywhere in the stands.

Thank Spase M
Reviewed 3 September 2016 via mobile

The Rostiljijada festival is really overrated event.Leskovac is a small town with bad streets. The grill is tasty and well prepared,but the service is awful.The waiters at the place we had lunch doubled our check.Watch our with it.The prices of the so called "hotels" are...More

Thank vstoy
Reviewed 10 July 2016 via mobile

I going to Leskovac especially for Rostiljijada to my friend every year.. The city smell so delicious, They have a lot choices of grille, beer and . Beat choice.

Thank Branislav M
Reviewed 26 March 2016 via mobile

I love going to Leskovac especially for Rostiljijada. The city smell so delicious, I'm usually every day out to eat! They have a lot choices of grille, beer and a great music performances! Worth to go!

1  Thank Miamkd
Reviewed 13 August 2015

If you ever travel through Serbia, make sure to stop at Leskovac! You will find traditional grilled food everywhere, and there is the best one in whole Serbia. Plenty of restaurants in Serbia use "Leskovacki rostilj" (The barbicue of Leskovac) as the name of them,...More

Thank Sofija S
Reviewed 1 April 2015

Small town with traditional serbian food. Everything is outside, dirty tables, gipsy misicians, table dancers and small shops with souvenirs. Food is very tasty if you don't pay attention to slow service and dirty aprons of waiters. Must see because is different than everythin else...More

1  Thank bleki1
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