Stefans Balkan Grill

Booval

With red checkered tablecloths and a wooden feature wall, Stefans Balkan Grill have created a homely Eastern European vibe in their Booval restaurant.

By night, gentle candlelight and traditional Croatian music fills the restaurant while during the day, there is a warm village feeling with both indoor and outdoor seating to choose from.

Stefans Balkan Grill Booval

There are photos and artworks from the Balkan Peninsula dotted around the walls, but the highlight is the traditional food.

Stefans Balkan Grill Booval

Many visitors enjoy the cevapi (house made spiced minced sausages served with fresh salads) as well as the predjelo za dva (antipasto platter), kobasica (kransky sausages) or the svinjski raznjici (marinated pork skewers).

Stefans Balkan Grill Booval

For dessert, there is apple strudel, gelato or palacinke (classic Balkan crepes). Stefans Balkan Grill serve locally roasted Somerset coffee, superfood lattes and frappes, as well as must try European infused herbal teas and juices (cherry, apricot and orange).

In a nutshell - Traditional Eastern European restaurant filled with the warming flavors and atmosphere of the Balkan Peninsula.

Nice to know - Street parking is available behind Stefans Balkan Grill (easily accessible via Booval St).

Ned to know - BYO wine and beer.

By Lucy Hordern

Stefans Balkan Grill

132 Brisbane Rd

Booval

Opening hours

BYO

0444 502 774

Map

132 Brisbane Rd Booval

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