Just went there the other day. Sort of like the Bosnian answer to a heavy on the beef Argentinian churascaria restaurant. Lots of expatriates here. And I'm pretty sure this may be the singular and only Bosnian restaurant in all of the Los Angeles County area. But it's great to have it around and nearby.
We ordered up the Cevapi (kebabs), which are more like little sausages.
Along with the Psleivajica ( I know i completely butchered the spelling????) , which is a pretty big beef patt of ground beef mixed with onions and spices on a large bun reminscent of ciabatta bread.
Just meat and bread, no condiments, no veggies unless you count the mass of chopped up onions on the side. But for what it's worth this is one of those hamburgers were you can actually consume the meat by itself without any added attractions.
Oh, and great turkish coffe, I think they called it ""Turksha cafe" and cherry strudel for dessert.
It even came with a little sidecar so you can get another shot of the coffee or two, not that you necessarily need it.