Don't be fooled because it's cut into small slices. This burek slice from Bosnian treasure trove Ukus is freaking enormous, one quarter of a 9-inch round. And it's $5 for what's really an afternoon snack for two to three people.
Bosnian burek house Ukus in Astoria is a treasure trove of Balkan eats: massive, excellent burek of course, and a chicken soup I'll be sipping once a week when the weather turns cool, but the Cevapi stuffed in pita may be my favorite. Get ready for some seriously garlicky kebabs.
Cold weather like this almost demands a warm bowl of soup, and New York's restaurants have no shortage of great ones. From clam chowder to pho Mexican goat stew, there's a little something for everyone.