The awning proclaims “since 1976,” but that’s when the predecessor of this small corner restaurant opened in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The present establishment originated in the ’90s, when founders Ifeta and Ismet Huskovic emigrated to Queens during the Bosnian War.
Grilled meats like pljeskavica (shaped like a hamburger) and cevapi (skinless sausages) are quite delectable, and halal. They’re served with chopped raw onions and ajvar, a red pepper paste that’s more sweet than hot. Beans and smoked meat, salads snowed with feta, stuffed cabbage, and dessert crepes round out the menu.