My husband and I shared a platter of assorted meats. That part was very good, and I think the cooks were likely competent with Serbian food (I have not had Serbian before so I cannot make any comparisons). What was off were the details. Our food was served with frozen crinkle cut french fries that were fried in very ranc*d oil. The fries had that telltale ranc*d fishy flavor and it was quite strong. Overall I guess I just felt there was not a lot of intention with what they were doing, and the details, left something to be desired. To make it in SE, where there are so many good ethnic restaurants, I think they should consider ditching the thoughtless americanized aspects of their menu - fries (especially frozen), bottled minute maid juices, iceberg lettuce, and instead focus on showing us what their culture has to offer in terms of a whole dining experience, with higher quality ingredients. And replace the ranc*d oil!