Discover Albania

Albania is a beautiful country located in southeastern Europe, bordered by Montenegro, Kosovo, North Macedonia, and Greece. From the picturesque coastline of the Adriatic and Ionian seas to the majestic peaks of the Albanian Alps and the ancient ruins of Butrint, Albania has something for every traveller.

Albanian cuisine is influenced by Mediterranean neighbors and features grilled meats, fresh seafood, salads, and delicious desserts like baklava.

Traditional Albanian Food


Traditional Albanian breakfast is a hearty and savory meal that will fill you up for the day ahead. The meal consists of a variety of dishes. One staple of an Albanian breakfast is byrek, a savory pastry made from layers of phyllo dough and filled with cheese, spinach or meat. Another popular dish is petulla, deep-fried dough balls often served with honey or feta cheese. Byrek and petulla are usually accompanied by fresh vegetables such as tomatoes, cucumbers and peppers.


Liver, or "fërgesë me fërritje" as it is called in Albania, is a hearty dish that can be served for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. The dish consists of sliced liver cooked with diced onions and peppers until tender. It is then topped with crumbled feta cheese and served hot over freshly baked bread. Liver contains essential vitamins and minerals which make it a healthy addition to any diet.


Albanian Tavë Kosi is a traditional Albanian dish that dates back to the Ottoman Empire. It's a creamy and tangy casserole made with lamb or beef, yogurt, and eggs. The dish is typically served as a main course for lunch or dinner. Tavë Kosi is commonly served with rice or bread on the side to soak up all of its delicious flavors. If you're looking for an authentic taste of Albania, give Tavë Kosi a try!


Grilled Gilt-head Bream Fish is a dish that has been enjoyed by Albanians for centuries. This fish is also known as the Royal Bream, and it is highly prized in Albania as it is caught locally and prepared fresh.


Fergese is a traditional dish that has been passed down through generations in Albanian cuisine. It is a classic comfort food that can be enjoyed on any occasion, whether it's a family gathering or a cozy night in. The dish consists of peppers, tomatoes, and onions mixed with melted cheese to create a deliciously creamy sauce.


Albanian cuisine is a fascinating blend of Mediterranean and Balkan flavors, and one dish that stands out for its simplicity and deliciousness is petulla with jam. Petulla is a type of fried dough that's crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside, making it the perfect vessel for your favorite jam or honey.



RAKI - This clear spirit is traditionally made from grapes, but it can also be made from other fruits such as plums or apricots. It is often served as an aperitif before a meal or as a digestif after a heavy dinner. Raki is a popular drink in Albania, and it's also enjoyed in other countries in the Balkans, Turkey, and the Middle East.


WINE - Albania has a long history of winemaking, with archaeological evidence suggesting that grapes were cultivated in the region as far back as 6000 BC. Albanian wine is still relatively undiscovered, but it is gaining recognition for its high quality and unique flavours. Kallmet is a red grape variety that produces a full-bodied wine with notes of blackberry and vanilla, while Shesh i Zi is a white grape variety that produces a dry and aromatic wine.


BRANDY - Skenderbeu is a premium Albanian brandy that has been around for over 60 years. The brandy is produced using only the finest grapes from Albania's fertile vineyards. Skenderbeu is known for its distinct aroma and full-bodied taste, making it a favorite among brandy enthusiasts. 


SHERBET - This drink is made by mixing fruit juice or syrup with water and sugar. It's often served cold and is a refreshing beverage, particularly during the hot summer months. In Albania, sherbet is a traditional drink that is often served during Ramadan, along with other sweet treats.


COFFEE - Albanians are passionate about their coffee, and the country has a strong tradition of brewing and serving Turkish-style coffee. It's often served in small cups with a side of Turkish delight or other sweets. Coffee is a social drink in Albania, and it's common to share a cup with friends or family members while catching up on the latest news or gossip.


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