It is one of the younger Osijek restaurants, but offers high quality cuisine, an interesting atmosphere, a mix of ethno and old city spirit. The concept? Good food, good drinks, live gypsy music on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Fresh water fish or game stews called perkelt, stuffed deer meat or Balkan express barbecue present just a portion of the original menu created by chef Drazen Camic.
The owners, the Kocsis family, stick to traditional meals, so you won’t be served Vienna or Zagreb steaks. The interior is embellished with old gramophones, telephones, and photos of local villages and old Essek. Originally, it was a house bought by Benedikt Muller in 1758 for 900 forints. There are still traces of the house, called “Kod Ruze,” hence the name of the restaurant.