Behold the Balkan Food Tour in Zagreb, Croatia, complete with sarma, kobasica, and other Croatian street food. If you want to see us trying some authentic Croatian food in Zagreb, you’ve come to the right place.

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BALKAN & CROATIAN FOODS in this video:

1. Sarma
2. Mulled Wine
3. Baltazar “Hoppy Lager”
4. Kobasica
5. Honey Rakia
6. GRIF New England IPA

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34 COMMENTS

  1. Hahaaa yes, thanks for representing! I recommend drinking boza, there are two types sour and regular, personally i don't like the sour one at all. I'm glad you had rakija. You should also try pita od spinata, it's just like spanikopita, or even burek (boo reck) which is the meat variety. Also if you see the word Domace preceding anything, try it, it means home-made which means it's hella legit.

  2. So I was cruisin' and parusin' down the mean streets of my sub-box and I gotta say, with videos like these it's a pretty buck-wild place. Love the look of those local dishes you so feverishly nibble on.

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