Image by Flickr user kalebdf Cevap, a traditional Bosnian dish.
Although Charleston is quite the foodie heaven, the ethnic diversity in the restaurant scene isn't anything to write home about. However, the Charleston City Paper has a rave review of a Bosnian restaurant that breaks the mold and serves up what sounds like some seriously tasty dishes.
Cafe Europa is now open and cranking out traditional Bosnian food at 6585 Dorchester Road. Owner Slobodan Mijic has it down to a science after running Café Pita in Texas for a couple of years. Café Pita's food drew so much attention in the Longhorn State that the food was featured on The Food Network show Diners, Drive-ins and Dives.
Similar to Greek food, Cafe Europa's must haves are the the cevap and the pljeskavice. Both use a ground meat mixture, but one is a sausage and pita sandwich with the later is the Bosnian version of a hamburger.
For an detailed review of the new spot and Café Pita's clip on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives, hop over to the Charleston City Paper's post.