Review: Like Futurama, this tiny hole-in -the-wall turned vegetarian restaurant keeps resurrecting itself. But unlike Futurama, it is never awesome. They still charge 7 euroes per kilo of food. If you are from anywhere BUT serbia, you might think that's cheap; but trust me, if you happen to be living here, that's quite a lot of money to pay for deep fried vegetables and other soupy-vegetably things. The samosas and desserts arent on the cheap side either. At least the samosas are tiny but tasty, while the sweets are just too damn sweet (for my taste - if you're a sugar craving junk food vegan, you'll be thrilled). The "main" dishes - like fried soy, rice and curries are ok. Folks, if you're coming to visit belgrade from abroad, you should also consider the few serbian vegan dishes that can be found almost anywhere (posni prebranac, pecurke na zaru). Last but not least, this is really a *tiny* place, and if you show up later in the evening, there will be hardly any food left, but you will still get charged premium for those heated up leftovers. All in all, my main objection is pricing, and my minor objection are working hours.