At Ćorkan’s, one of Ivo Andrić’s heroes, Mećavnik’s guests can enjoy cakes, pastries and drinks from Andrić’s time.
It was a time not so long ago – certainly when you think of when the recipes for Turkish delicacies like baklava (layers of filo pastry and chopped nuts, drenched in sweet syrup), hurma (pastry drenched in sweet syrup), tulumba (fried batter soaked in syrup), tufahija (walnut-stuffed baked apples in syrup) and boza (a non-alcoholic drink made from fermented corn) date back to, all of which are used to prepare the delights that emerge from Mećavnik’s pastry kitchen.
There are also meringue and custard slices, gateaux, cream profiteroles, and ice-cream.
At Mećavnik, you can still go to the cinema to watch a film and then afterwards head to the cake shop.
Just like the good old days.
Opening hours: 10am-6pm