The Langouste Restaurant
The tradition of quality. Langouste, located near Kalemegdan, at the very edge of the Kosančićev Venac neighborhood, is a true gem of Belgrade’s gastronomical pallet. It is the only restaurant which has a Michelin star chef, which is a top-tier acknowledgement. Thus, this restaurant’s menu is pure art, given that it is not limited to the familiar and the usual. Quite the opposite, experimenting with flavors and ingredients is a must in order to provide guests with the hedonistic enjoyment surpassing all their experiences and awaking all their senses. The influence of French cuisine is apparent, given the Michelin star chef Guillaume Iskandar’s descent, although the specialties he creates exceed all borders of national cuisines.
The N.EON Gallery
One of the most interesting venues at the heart of Savamala. The N.EON Gallery is a cultural venue that attracts visitors of all ages. With its alternative and modern vibe, the Gallery is more than your usual exhibition venue. It regularly hosts concerts, DJ performances, interactive events. Here, visitors can play a game of pool and feel the cosmopolitan vibe of Savamala. Promoting modern, progressive, and young artists who are opening new horizons is a part of the concept distanced from the mainstream.
The Ivan Begova Street
This small street rich in content is the hank of what is the most beautiful part of the city according to those who live in Belgrade and those who visit it regularly and know it well. Along with Cara Lazara Street, Gračanička Street, Topličin Venac, the lower part of Vuka Karadžića Street and Rajićeva Street, as the one closest to Kalemegdan, Ivan Begova Street belongs to a very special part of the city center characterized by a peculiar atmosphere. It is short, due to the fact that it starts at the Hadži Nikole Spasića Street and “pours into” the Pop Lukina Street. Owing to recent renovations, it has become quite attractive. Covered in cobblestone and with its retro style, it brings back memories of a Belgrade long gone, but it also reminds us of some similar streets in other European capitals. Away from the hustle and bustle, but also a part of it. Brimming with interesting bars, including a café-bookstore, and never too crowded, Ivan Begova Street is the embodiment of the old Belgrade charm and new hedonism.