The oldest kafana in the city, ? (‘Znak Pitanja’, if you’re asking) is as much an iconic spot as it is a restaurant. The building itself is coming close to 200 years of existence, built in the 1820s on the orders of Miloš Obrenović himself. That history is palpable in the walls, although its clientele is definitely of a more modern sort. Vuk Karadžić was known to dine here, back when the famous linguist had both of his legs. Decent traditional Serbian food happens to be available alongside the history.