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.
Old World Authenticity
I have dined at Drina Daisy numerous times over many years. The food has never disappointed. I feel transported to another time and place when I go there. The food is so lovingly prepared, it’s almost like dining in a private home. The service is friendly and knowledgeable.
This is run by a wonderful couple who are attentive and offer a fun cultural Bosnian experience. You can get seafood anywhere but truly authentic traditional fare is worthy of a visit. The roasted lamb on the rotisserie was extraordinary. So tender and flavorful. Served with a tomato cucumber salad that had a lemon dressing I wanted to drink as it was so delicious. The appetizer plate of cured meats, cabbage, and more was delicious and the perfect set-up for our entree. Don’t leave here without trying house made baclava! This is a must when you visit. I love the intimate feeling and delicious food. Felt like having the best family meal
You must try Bosnian!
We went for dinner, and it was delicious. Being a lamb fan, I went for the rotisserie cooked lamb, while my wife chose the Spinach Pita. The lamb was tender and juicy, very delicious,and the Pita was a very large round pie of spinach, cheese and seasonings, and she found it totally delicious. The baklava that we chose for dessert topped the meal off nicely. Prices were very reasonable, and I recommend it highly!
Don’t Balk at Bosnian Food - It’s Delicious!!
This restaurant caught my eye while I was planning a trip along the Oregon coastline. The owners, a husband and wife with Bosnian roots, work together in a seamless manner. Our appetizer was sausage, beef, cheese, roasted pepper spread and pickled vegetables. For dinner, my husband chose the cabbage roll and I went with the goulash. Both dishes were delicious, but that cabbage roll was outstanding!!
A unique dining experience!
We have been wanting to try this restaurant for a very long time, but never managed to be in Astoria when it was open. Even though recent reviews were not encouraging, we decided to try it anyway and are so glad we did. This is dining on a whole different level — very Old World. The dining room is charming with white tablecloths, potted flowering plants, mirrors, and Bosnian decorative items. Although recent reviews mentioned that service was slow, our meal was served in a nicely paced manner. We started with a cold appetizer plate and then moved on to the stuffed cabbage and spinach pie entrees, both of which were served with a small lettuce and tomato salad and some perfectly ripe fresh fruit. The wines were all Bosnian and very distinctive. Everything was so delicious and we were captivated by all the wonderful flavors. Even if the service had been slow - which it was not - it would not have been a problem for us as we are quite willing to be patient and support business owners who are doing their very best despite the staffing problems created by Covid.