Time Out says
It’s nice to find a neat new bistro place out towards the bus station, an area hitherto starved of decent places to eat. It certainly looks rather grand, decked out in a deftly-curated mix of wooden floorboards, minimalist chairs and tables, and padded purple booths. There’s a broad selection of international and local fare from breakfasts upwards, with no-risk popular catering choices such as ćevapi, pastas and grilled squid filling out the menu. The signature-dish Burger 49 (49kn) with smoked cheese and bacon is an adequate way to solve your hunger pangs but not really the gourmet treat that will have you recommending the place to all and sundry. Weekday lunchtime specials (shrimp burger with chickpeas, black risotto with octopus) are the way to go if you want to find out what the kitchen is really capable of. The generous selection of craft ales ensures that Bistro 49 is not a bad place for a drink, and in this location it’s probably your only choice for a decent pint.