Serbian cuisine blends Mediterranean flavours with the heartier eating habits of Central Europe. In warmer weather you'll find fresh salads, like these potato and tomato varieties, whereas winter is synonymous with sarma (pork-stuffed cabbage rolls) and sour chicken soup. Serbians are also partial to a well-made pastry. Pita, for instance, is a cheese-filled dough made from paper-thin pastry, similar to filo. Kiflice, on the other hand, are croissant-shaped gems stuffed with jam or chocolate hazelnut spread. For an unforgettable Russian dessert, try this sour cherry strudel.