Djerdan Burek

★★★★☆

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Well, it's the only burek I've had in Astoria, so I'll have to take their word for it. The meat burek I had was good, but not far from spectacular. That sentiment pretty much sums up all the food I've had here.

Their prices are reasonable and the food is hearty, but I've never been wowed.

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★★★☆☆

Well, it's the only burek I've had in Astoria, so I'll have to take their word for it. The meat burek I had was good, but not far from spectacular. That sentiment pretty much sums up all the food I've had here.

Their prices are reasonable and the food is hearty, but I've never been wowed.

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The bureks here are amazing! They have a location in the city that I haven't been to - yet. I've been to the one in Astoria a couple of times. I've tried the cevapci (little mini beef sausages) and 2 kinds of burek. It's by no means upscale, but there is good home-cooked feel there. They even have burek to go - raw, pop it in the oven for 20-30 minutes, and you've got a meal at home (just make sure you freeze it within 2 days if you don't plan on using it, because they don't use preservatives). The servers are a little off-putting but I think that's more of a language barrier than anything else. It's all about the yummy food from an exotic place. (P.S. Yugoslavia doesn't exist anymore. I believe this place is Bosnian or Montenegrin.)

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★★★★☆

The bureks here are amazing! They have a location in the city that I haven't been to - yet. I've been to the one in Astoria a couple of times. I've tried the cevapci (little mini beef sausages) and 2 kinds of burek. It's by no means upscale, but there is good home-cooked feel there. They even have burek to go - raw, pop it in the oven for 20-30 minutes, and you've got a meal at home (just make sure you freeze it within 2 days if you don't plan on using it, because they don't use preservatives). The servers are a little off-putting but I think that's more of a language barrier than anything else. It's all about the yummy food from an exotic place. (P.S. Yugoslavia doesn't exist anymore. I believe this place is Bosnian or Montenegrin.)

Pros: Burek, Cevapci, Take Home Option

Cons: Servers don't speak much English

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This place is like going to heaven. The bureks are great. They are basically a multilayered bread with meet, spinach or cheese. To die for and only four dollars. The beef gulash is great and very cheap considering the high quality of the meat. Meatballs are great too. Service is a bit brusque but not rude. They seem kind. Highly recommended.

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★★★★★

This place is like going to heaven. The bureks are great. They are basically a multilayered bread with meet, spinach or cheese. To die for and only four dollars. The beef gulash is great and very cheap considering the high quality of the meat. Meatballs are great too. Service is a bit brusque but not rude. They seem kind. Highly recommended.

Pros: great, cheap food

Cons: no alcohold allowed and no good salads

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That's all I've had here, and it's about all they sell, but they're fantastic! (My boyfriend thought they were a little greasy though...but not enough to bother me) They're cheap and quick and delicious--a perfect snack!

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★★★★☆

That's all I've had here, and it's about all they sell, but they're fantastic! (My boyfriend thought they were a little greasy though...but not enough to bother me) They're cheap and quick and delicious--a perfect snack!

 

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