The writers of phrasebooks seem to think that tourists only eat in restaurants and hotels, because they hardly ever include useful phrases for buying food. In a baker's in the UK, for example, you might not even know the correct names of the various buns, rolls and pastries on display, so you would point and say e.g. "One of these and two of those, please". In some languages you would say "One like this/that and two like that". So I'm wondering what people say in Serbian (or Croatian or Bosnian) in that situation. Google translate says "jedan od tih i dva takva", which I don't trust. So what should I say when I want to buy my buns, burek, or anything else when I have to point? And what about buying salami or cheese ("200 grams of this and 300 grams of that, please")?