Baščaršija. Built in the 15th century and considered the “heart and soul” of Sarajevo, this old bazaar is home to a many of the city’s hotels, restaurants, and nightspots. While the area was the center of trade and commerce during Ottoman rule, it’s now packed with a mix of locals, travelers, and tour groups.
Burek (Bosnia & Hercegovina). 'Filo pastry is filled with aromatic minced (ground) meat – or spinach (zeljanica) – and onion, cheese and herbs (sirnici), then rolled, glossed with either butter or olive oil and baked till golden. Burek can be eaten at any hour: for breakfast accompanied by black tea, or after a busy night in the bars of Sarajevo’s Baščaršija district.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/bosnia-and-hercegovina