Eat some local cuisine

Aside from a couple of restaurants in the center of Theth, most people opt to eat at either their guesthouse or another guesthouse in the village. Much of the local cuisine in Theth is simple and hearty yet delicious.

 

You’ll find everything from steak, freshly grilled trout, chicken, and traditional dishes like byrek (a stuffed pie) or fergese (a baked pepper and cottage cheese dish).

 

Our guesthouse came with a not-so-light breakfast. An array of cheeses, vegetables, and eggs were served with Petulla, a traditional fried bread.

 

We opted to stay at our guesthouse for dinner, and we are glad we did. All of the food was fresh and home-made by the owner’s wife.