Learning a new language can be very difficult. Serbian is no exception. There have been many posts that rank Serbian as one of the top 5 most difficult languages. Living here in Northern Serbia will spoil most native English speakers because 90% of those under 30 years old speak English but when you encounter those that dont…. it can cause major headaches… Here are a few tips if you are alone and need to order a hamburger… The polite greeting is “Dobar Dan” or good day….
“May I have a hamburger and french fries?”
“Mogu li dobiti pljeskavicu i pomfrt?”
One of the biggest differences in hamburgers is the size and organic meat that used. Serbia uses organic meat and sometimes a mix of pig in their burgers. They are large, the size of your hand and have lots of taste. They come on a large bun or Lepinja. Here is a list of common condiments and their translations :
Pavlaca Sour Cream
Pomfrit French Fries
When you compare the taste, cost, freshness and quantity Serbia wins hands down. The average cost of a soda, french fry and Big Mac in Chicago is $6.02. Serbia you can get yours for 250 dinars. That is about $4.
American burger Serbian Pljeskavica.