Radost is a concept difficult to define. It is advertised as a disco grill & pizza cabaret. In short, it is a place where you can have good food (we are in Serbia, so meat is the main character in the menu) in a musical atmosphere, where people starts dancing like crazy once they have finished their meals.
We went rather later (at 22.00) and at the end of the dinner music was so loud that it was difficult to talk to the person sitting next to you. At that time, it was more like a club than like a restaurant. In any case, it was funny to see some tables with people dancing whilst others were still sitting and having their food. I am sure that we will go again.
What we had
Tatar biftek, Radost burger & Rizoto
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