Much like there are cevapi-ries, there are also burek-aries. Bosna was recommended by the free walking tour Meet Bosnia as the best in town. On the mid-morning before taking the bus to Tjentiste and Sutjeska, my inquisitiveness brought me to walk there enroute to a taxi.
The outdoor seating in the sun is warm and pleasant as the burek comes out. On the first morning in Sarajevo (actually enroute to the free walking tour) we had a slice of pizza and burek from a random pizza shop (it may have been Merak?). The burek was outstanding - filled with strong meaty flavour, salty pastry that was wonderfully crisp. Easily the best I'd had to that point.
Bosna was equally delicious in all the same aspects. At 12-14 BAM/kg, it isn't expensive at all. They also have a range including meat, spinach and cheese, and also some that looked in different shapes and sizes.
It would have been nice to be able to sit longer to enjoy it all. Next time.