Located just outside Novi Sad in the village of the same name, Kamenjar is not the easiest place to find, so taking a taxi from the centre is recommended even if you have your own transport, which will also give you an excuse to have an extra glass or two of rakija. The somewhat run down and battered looking restaurant is a true Serbian institution though, and more than worth the effort of getting there. It's long been popular with various artist, politicians, celebrities and foreign journalists (especially during Exit Festival), so you're likely to be in good company, but reservations are a must at the weekends. The traditionally prepared fish dishes are roundly excellent, as is the local wine to wash the food down with, and every meal should include a least a few courses. During the summer months there are weekly fish soup cooking competitions, and every Autumn the premises are home to an artist's colony, whose work adorns most of the walls inside. With advanced notice and weather permitting, boat rides can be arranged to a protected island on the opposite bank of the Danube, and there's even talk of one day building an eco camp there.