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Review of Pjata

Pjata
Ranked #19 of 210 Restaurants in Pristina
Price range: US$5 - US$17
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Good for: Business meetings, Romantic, Special Occasion Dining
Dining options: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Reservations
Reviewed 14 February 2018 via mobile

Having seen all the nice reviews, we were really eager to try out this restaurant, which indeed wasn't easy to find! When we finally spotted the place, the name on the front door was different (can't remember the name but is in the same house as 'Save the Children'). When entering the place, the man explained that Pjata closed a couple of months ago and that it had been replaced by this one. The meal was correct, as was the wine and the bill at the end. Nice atmosphere although some people were smoking inside, while the restaurant signs that it is a non-smoking place! We had a good time / meal and would recommend this new place in Prishtina.

Thank FredericLisbon
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Reviewed 14 August 2017

Not easy to find like many of the best restaurants in Prishtina. But a taxi will know where it is - quite central. Excellent food and selection of wine. A long established restaurant.

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Thank Warren43
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Reviewed 17 March 2017

This nice restaurant can be reached on foot from downtown Pristina: it is about 300 m from Sirius Hotel (caution, the location given on the Tripadvisor map is not accurate! Prefer the location shown on Google Map!) At night, the entrance is not obvious, but Pjata is one of my preferred dining address, among a few others, in Pristina. There is a reasonable choice of menus, excellent in my opinion. In a cozy atmosphere, modern interior design. Friendly service. Expensive ...in Kosovo terms.

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3  Thank Babachiko
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Reviewed 6 March 2017

I visited Pjata and have to agree that atmosphere was relaxed a cozy inside. However, I cannot say the same for the food, which was not good at all..I ordered Tbone peper steak (as recommended in daily special), and then I could hear the chef beating the meet with hammer...what kind of chef beats the meet with the hammer? I also heard microwave on and off several times probably heating the vegetables. The meat was so hard, and very difficult to chew, while the potatoes were heated with microwave several times, and they were old and uneatable....the corn bread was hard and not fresh as well..

Thank AlaZin72
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Reviewed 26 December 2016

... always a visitor. I will never miss this restaurant whenever I come to Pristina. Large variety of food and wine. Only issue: this country has too many smokers ;-)

1  Thank Krsto57
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