Traditional Kosovar cuisine is in great demand among all visitors to Kosovo. It includes: dairy products such as cow's milk, sour cream, cream and cheese as well as vegetables such as beans, rice, peppers, tomatoes, onions, cabbage, cucumbers and much more.
Numerous restaurants offer traditional food that can be easily combined with modern food. The most popular Kosovar foods are flia, kebab, sausage, stuffed peppers, lamb, beans, sarma, buranijat, pitja, casserole and rice.
A traditional casserole cooked with lamb, eggplant, green peppers, onions, and tomatoes and served hot is the prizren casserole. Most salads are quick and easy to prepare. Common salad ingredients are: tomatoes, onions, garlic, cucumber, potatoes, cabbage, lettuce, carrots and beans. • Green salad - Ingredients: cucumber, tomato, onion and lettuce. • Tarator - a traditional salad made from cucumber, garlic and yogurt - a very popular dish in summer. • Shope Salad - a simple salad made from tomatoes, cucumber, onions, and white cheese. Pickles are also very popular as a side dish in Kosovar cuisine. Peppers, cucumbers, tomatoes and cabbage are also popular. On your Kosovo vacation you should definitely not miss trying the quality wines of the region. Because especially the southern part of the country with its vineyards is known for the cultivation of quality wines, which are in international demand. The cultivation and preparation of trout is another tradition in Kosovo. The deliciously prepared fish is another noteworthy culinary treat not to be missed. In addition to the rich, traditional cuisine, the numerous restaurants, cafes, bistros and modern hotels offer a variety of dishes from international cuisine.