We opened our doors for the first time in 2004. Back then our only advertisement was the comforting and inviting smell spreading from our grill and stove in the Old Town restaurant’s tiny kitchen were we first started sharing our cooking traditions.
People came and told their friends. And the homely atmosphere and our filling dishes have been popular with both locals and tourists ever since.
Taj Mahal’s sister restaurant opened in 2013 in Hotel Lero. With it, we finally got the space and freedom to present our guests what the Bosnian cuisine is really about. The moment you step in, you are transported into another world. Sevdah music and traditional Bosnian home cuisine, stories we love to share with you and special selection of sweets and liquors in an ambient that blends the modern comfort with staple features of the Bosnian architecture-all of this becomes part of your experience.
We want our every guest to have their own experience. That is why our menu is designed to cater too many needs. Among others you will find many tasty vegetarian dishes and our staff are always happy to answer any questions.
Ever since the Roman times, Bosnia and Herzegovina’s specific geographical location brought it into close contact with foreign culture and its customs and habits.
Here, in our restaurant, this rich history is cherished to this very day. Guided by the thought that diversity is a blessing we are the keepers of the traditional.