You will find authentic Bosnian comfort food at Drina Daisy, by a chef who lived in Bosnia near Sarajevo. Indulge in a delicious Euro-Mediterranean style dinner tonight.
Drina Daisy for a taste of Bosnia
The food at Drina Daisy never disappoints. Rotisserie lamb, stuffed cabbage rolls and Spanakopita are just a few of the offerings. Don't forget to try the Baklava!
Amazing dining experience
The food is just amazing in both taste and presentation. The staff often take the time to come and chat with the guests, something that has sadly vanished from most establishments. Have been here a few times, with family and friends and have loved the experience every time. The service may be a bit slow as others have mentioned, but I think we all need to relearn how to have a relaxed meal, another thing that has gone missing! Will be back soon :) A
Overpriced and disappointing
Bizarre experience making reservation and having it fulfilled. Overpriced food. For the prices, did not expect 'balloon bread' masquerading as a crusty loaf. The goulash portion was ludicrously small and did not include a starch to go with it-- no rice, pasta or dumplings, just a small bowl of oversalted stew and a tiny salad with food-service-grade dressing. Unlike others writing reviews, however, we did get fast service. I feel a little bad writing the above because clearly the owners are elderly and struggling, but if you're going to charge so much for food it should be good quality.
I don’t even have words for how great this place is…
I’ve been trying to go here for years but.. well… it’s a four hour drive from our house so opportunity is limited. Finally made it here today and it massively exceeded expectations. Very very friendly staff. Amazing food. Balkan beer. I really can’t say enough good things. Eat here. It’s great. And Astoria is a great town as well…
Service a little slow, but everything else was wonderful!
We went here because we had never heard of a Bosnian restaurant and were curious. We were not disappointed! We were given a lovely appetizer plate with meats and some dips, and the waiter's suggestion of a Yugoslavian lager was perfect for my DH. Our entrees were delicious. DH had the sarma (stuffed cabbage leaves with beef), and I had the sirnica (phyllo dough stuffed with eggs and cheeses). I finished with kafa, which is similar to Turkish coffee. I am now in love with it, so much that I'm getting a kafa set when I get home! (Amazon, you really do have everything!) I highly recommend this restaurant for a new dining experience. You may get slow service, be prepared to wait a bit.