I jumped at the chance to try Intermezzo Pizzeria and Cafe when I found that they offered traditional Serbian cuisine. I’ve never tried Serbian food and love to experiment so off to Intermezzo I went. The decor was beautiful and the service was great. For my entree I opted for the Karadjordjeva and Ella got the Ground Beef Burek.
The Karadjordjeva is a pan seared S\schnitzel rolled with ham, kajmak, skillet potatoes and topped with tartar sauce. To say it was delicious would be an understatement… it was authentically Serbian and left Ella with plate envy. The Ground Beef Burek came with house made fillo dough, ground beef and onions served with a side salad with balsamic glaze. This was incredibly filling, thick and heavy.. tasty… but very heavy. I’ve never had Serbian food so for all I know it was cooked perfectly… but with that said, it needed something else. Some sauce or cream to top it off maybe.. or even some potatoes and veggies in with the onions and beef.
Both dishes were great, the Karadjordjeva was the best though. If you’re in the area and looking for something outside the norm, you should check out Intermezzo Pizzeria and Cafe.