The restaurant Kod Dvoglavog Orla (At the Double-headed Eagle) is an authentic and unique place on Belgrade’s gastronomic map with the perfect combination of Serbian history, tradition, and good food. Located in the heart of Belgrade, at Terazije 34, it is a favorite place for gourmands and all lovers of good food.
At the restaurant Kod Dvoglavog Orla, you will be able to enjoy the perfect concept that allows all of its guests to taste traditional Serbian specialties, but also enjoy the delicious international dishes while relaxing in a beautiful summer garden.
This restaurant is the best place for all people who want to get to know the tradition and history of Serbs and Serbia. Enjoy the relaxed ambiance, enriched by numerous details from the rich history of the Serbian people. Many of these details tell stories of victories and defeats, and it is up to you to come and start your little historical-gastronomic journey.
The famous building where the restaurant is located was built back in 1885. The brothers Krsmanović bought it in 1898, and Aleksa Krsmanović gifted it to the Serbian people. At this place, King Alexander I Karađorđević signed a declaration on the unification of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes, creating the famous Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes.
If you want to relax and escape the city noise and crowds, then you must visit this restaurant. It was named after the motif which is a central symbol in Serbian history. It was first used at the time of Dušan’s Empire, mostly on the coat of arms, objects and state documents.
In addition to fantastic historical tales, Kod Dvoglavog Orla restaurant is a place where you can enjoy traditional Serbian cuisine, but also good dishes from all over the world. Excellent service and a great atmosphere are the secrets of this restaurant. Enjoy a small historical journey and a great gastronomic delight - that's what is waiting for you every day in the restaurant Kod Dvoglavog Orla.
Every day: 09:00 - 01:00 h
Garden / Patio