Review: Karuzo is a gem is a meat-heavy country. Don't be put off by the fact that the restaurant serves dairy and fish - the owner Sasha (lovely guy) is a raw vegan but has pragmatically concluded that Bosnians are not yet ready for vegan cuisine and that he can provide a good stepping stone. The retaurant design is very quirky (like a boat) and the food and drinks menu is extremely impressive. We had the vegan sushi (smoked tofu, mango and avocado - a triumph), stuffed swiss chard pockets (tasty) and a mushroom/polenta concoction (also tasty). The house wine was from Herzegovina and was very good. Almost all menu items are veganisable and there is also an extensive range of pasta dishes. Vegan desserts also available. The only drawbacks are that Karuzo is expensive compared to other Sarajevo restaurants (but worth it in my opinion) and service is very slow (unsusprisingly for a one man chef-waiter joint). Highly recommended.