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There was once one Emperor Ferdinand I of Austria who adored knödel! He loved them so much that he had to have them whenever he gave an order — regardless of the season. This is why he is best remembered for saying:

I am the Emperor, and I want knödel!

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Fun fact
"If you don't eat knödel, you will be hungry all day," as one Austrian saying goes.
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The book "Nikola Tesla's Menu in 60 Stories" teaches us that the great scientist loved to eat plum knödel which his mother Georgina would prepare. In Graz, where he studied electrical engineering, he enjoyed eating Czech knödel with béchamel sauce and finely chopped almonds.
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Mozart simply adored liver knödel with sauerkraut and he would drink black beer while eating them.
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Knödel in different languages: The German word "knödel" is derived from the Latin word "nōdus" ("a knot"). Knödel in Hungary are called "gombóc"; in Slovenia "knedl(j)i" or (less often) "cmoki". Then, they are "knedlíky" in the Czech Republic, while they call them "knedle" in Bosnia, Croatia, Poland, Slovakia, and Serbia.
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In addition to knödel that are part of our tradition, we've preserved another valuable thing manufactured in Serbia — the vehicle Zastava AR 55 from 1971! This vehicle was completely restored and equipped so that it could participate in events and be used to serve knödel. It is possible to rent this vehicle for any special occasion and celebration, wherever they might take place.
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Ferdinand knedle launched an initiative to establish World Knödel Day. Did you know that the first World Knödel Day took place on September 8 2020?
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Four cheese

Not two, not three, but four!

Someone thinks of pasta, someone thinks of pizza… we say knödels!

Mushrooms with truffles

A forest delight

Best kept secrets from forests of Kosmaj, straight to your plate.

Spinach mozzarella

Foamy-creamy pleasure

Imperial breakfast. For the perfect start of the day.

Prosciutto-arugula

Let’s have a meal, or two, or three…

Prosciutto, arugula, cheese, sesame – it’s lunchtime! (Although, you can have them for breakfast and dinner, too).

Mexican knödel

Poetry in a knödel!

Mexico calling with jalapeno, cheddar cheese, and red beans, corn, roasted red pepper and red onions.

Smokey chicken

Chicken-cheesy

Light, but strong. Smokey chicken, cheddar and mozzarella cheese, pickles, quinoa.

Beef knödel 100%

Make that knödel moo!

100% beef meat with nuts and selected spices.

Plum

Following grandma’s recipe…

…because we don’t change perfection. And we’ll let you know on a secret – we heard it from the grapevines that grandmas love to stop by for plum knödels. They say they’re the same as if they made them themselves!

Apricot

Sunshine on your plate

Some recipes simply don’t change. Apricot knödel: tradition, minimalism, simplicity – combined in the perfection of home cooking.

Knödel with Nutella

The sweetest one…

For low blood sugar emergency. Be careful not to overdose!

Raspberry sweet cheese

Cheesecake, but our way

If knödel were a cheesecake, we would make it by rolling raspberries in sweet cheese, dress them in the most delicious homemade dough made from potato and finally sprinkle it with golden, magical bread crumbs.

Raspberry Oreo

Black, red and black perfection

Whole raspberries covered in black chocolate, wrapped in Oreo dust.

Choco-cherry

Black forest in a knödel

A juicy perfection made with cherries and chocolate. Our definition of imperial taste.

Amaretti

Evergreen among tastes

Amaretti arrives in Ferdinand knedle straight from Italy on a Vespa to team up with almond crème.

Caramel

For the ones with an experienced sweet tooth

A winning combination of caramel, Belgian milk chocolate, peanuts, and honey.

Marzipan

Tradition 2.0

Marzipan, with the tradition of over 1000 years, used to be available only to royal families. Today, you can find it in a knödel, because we simply want you to feel like an emperor!

Queen Mary

For the royal palate

Inspired by Queen Mary’s cake, we have made a fine walnut crème knödel, sprinkled with a special mix of sugar, roasted almonds, and hazelnuts.

Pistachio

Sweet, crunchy and contagious

Our combination of pistachio paste, almonds and raspberries... sweet and addictive almost like consuming pistachios.

Passion fruit – wild blackberry

Mix of flavors from Serbia and Peru

For the tireless adventurists – we mixed passion fruit from South American tropics with wild blackberry and delicate mascarpone cheese.

Wild Strawberry

It’s crowded in the box…

… If we’re talking about soccer. Here, it’s crowded in our knödel with wild strawberries in white Belgian chocolate.

Raffaello

Aloha to the coconut waves

Coconut, hazelnut, and forest fruits are swimming in white chocolate and imagine being in the sweetest ocean.

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A delicate harmony of taste

Black chocolate, orange, and hazelnut. A bold, but a familiar combination. Best enjoyed with mulled vine next to a fireplace.

The Madagascar Princess

The sweetest taste of tropic seas

In every kingdom the most favorite, the sweetest, most spoiled and most loved human beings were - princesses. Our princess is the sweetest knödel with vanilla creme.

Imperial knödel

For the best of the best!

The imperial delicacy with three types of the finest Belgian chocolate and crunchy French biscuit.

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Feel Like an Emperor!

At Ferdinand knedle, we don't want to philosophize too much. We only want to make you feel like an emperor whenever you want to eat knödel! In order to achieve this (again, without any philosophy), we need top quality ingredients! Ferdinand knedle uses a traditional recipe to prepare the dough with fresh potatoes, which are processed and cooked in our workshop, just like our mothers and grandmothers did.
Our knödel are completed with innovative sweet fillings such as first-class fruit from Serbia, then pistachio, almond, and walnut cream prepared according to our recipes, the highest quality Belgian chocolate, and toppings we make ourselves.
Our detailed analysis of the necessary procedures for inspiring an imperial feeling has determined that only a fresh product can make you feel like an emperor. That is why we decided to make Ferdinand knödel from fresh dough every day, and we cook them in front of you throughout the day!
Ever since we opened the first Ferdinand knedle store in November of 2016, aside from the traditional plum and apricot knödel, we have devised dozens of recipes with new flavors and toppings. Fans of this traditional dessert can enjoy 20 sweet and 10 savory flavors.

Locations

The story of Ferdinand knedle began when we opened the store in Gavrilo Princip Street in 2016. As we wanted to make knödel available to a larger number of fans of this traditional dessert, we opened new stores over time.

  • 12b Zoran Djindjic Boulevard
    11000 Belgrade
    Phone: +381 60 395 70 95

    Working Hours

    Monday-Saturday: 9-22h
    Sunday: 10-22h

  • 19 Car Lazar Street
    11000 Belgrade
    Phone: +381 60 395 70 92

    Working Hours

    Monday-Saturday: 9-22h
    Sunday: 10-22h

  • 58 Gavrilo Princip Street
    11000 Belgrade
    Phone: +381 61 195 70 92

    Working Hours

    Monday-Saturday: 9-22h
    Sunday: 10-22h

  • UŠĆE Shopping Center, 2nd Floor
    4 Mihajlo Pupin Boulevard
    11000 Belgrade
    Phone: +381 60 595 70 99

    Working Hours

    Monday-Sunday: 9-20h