Bosnian restaurant planned for downtown Vancouver


Dana Deronjic plans to open a Bosnian restaurant known as 7 Restaurant in downtown Vancouver later this yr, subsequent to Parts Restaurant.

“I wish to provide conventional Bosnian meals to deliver our tradition to the folks of Portland and Vancouver,” she stated. She additionally needs to create a spot the place Bosnians can meet. “There is a large Bosnian group right here and in Portland, however there’s nowhere to eat,” Deronjic stated.

Her father, Mujo Deronjic, opened a Bosnian restaurant close to Andresen Highway and Fourth Plain Boulevard 20 years in the past when the household moved to Vancouver. He bought it to a different proprietor however saved all of his household’s recipes.

To create a menu for the seventh restaurant, Dana Deronjic and her mom Belma kind via their favourite recipes. Cevapi, small grilled minced meat sausages, have been a favourite at her father’s restaurant and will certainly be on the menu. Burek, a pastry crammed with meat, in addition to kabobs, sausages, steaks, burgers, crpes, and baklava could also be on the ultimate menu.

The dishes are served in massive parts and are served in a household fashion. Bosnian dishes are historically meat-heavy, however Deronjic believes that some vegetarian or vegan choices are crucial to fulfill the wants of the native inhabitants. The meal ends with a conventional Turkish espresso service.