Time Out says
This small, rather narrow-looking space with a ‘coffee to go’ sign outside looks at first sight like the kind of place you would pop in for a takeaway brew rather than spend a night of drinking and bumping into people. With a well-chosen list of rakijas and wines, and a fridge full of the usual beers, it’s an increasingly popular spot, however, and the raucous, crushed-around-the-bar nature of the place only adds to its appeal. The name is a play on words – ‘gostiona’ is an old –fashioned name for an inn; while ‘gost & ona’ literally means “the guest and her”. Plainly decorated, and illuminated by what look like leftover Christmas lights, it’s very odd, very local, and very appealing.