At Feto's burek house, the possibilities are endless. He makes burek from anything at hand - be it meat, cheese, walnuts, chocolate, apples, cinnamon, or plum jam. The walls of the house are filled with pictures of Bob Marley and reggae symbols, while the music playing from the loudspeakers is either reggae or popular rock songs by former Yugoslav bands.
When asked about artists who have influenced his taste, Feto says: "Among reggae musicians, Del Arno Band, Bob Marley, Abessinaisi... but most of all Montenegro's cultural underground. I won't name them, because that wouldn't make them very happy."
Feto recently filmed a video for "The Only Rasta" - which is currently his only single - and staged a phenomenal party at his burek house to celebrate the project which required so much time to realise. "Since I financed the song and the video myself, it took time to collect the funds. Everything in the video is real; I filmed it in my neighbourhood, in my house, in the places where I spend most of my time. I should be finishing another song in May, one about my childhood and roots. An album will be recorded when the funds are there," says Feto.
The "Zabjelo" burek house is a place that a better-informed visitor of Podgorica should not miss. Its owner, Feto, is likely to begin another career in music in the near future - for, as his song declares: he is "Feto, the only Rasta in town."