Romania Restaurants

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Romania Restaurants

  • Traditional food

    4 out of 5 stars

    Bucharest Restaurants

    This old-style beer hall is one of Bucharest's most celebrated restaurant. Once notorious for bad service, it has earned a good reputation and has become popular with tourists and locals alike. There are regularly small events like staff parades and traditional live music. The basement has frescoes depicting brewery in different cultures while the...

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  • Popular places

    4 out of 5 stars

    Bucharest Restaurants

    I have spent some time in the US, so I was really excited to discover this interesting looking barn, with motorcycles all over the walls, old vintage oil cans and a pinball machine. The food is good, they have American steaks and, most importantly, the live music is great. Their resident blues musician is from New Orleans. Worth seeing.

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  • Fancy places

    4 out of 5 stars

    Bucharest Restaurants

    What should I say? It's a Hard Rock Café. No big surprises here: You get decent music, are on the safe side with the quality of the meals – but have one of the most expensive options in town. That said, Caesar Salad and Carlsberg was good as always. The extroverted friendliness of the staff is one of the big pros of this chain. When they found out...

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  • Pubs (bars)

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Bucharest Restaurants

    The place is known for rock music and a good selection of beers. It was a punk club in the early 2000s, but has shifted a little more to mainstream rock. It looks like your alternative student club with a red brick wall, however some plastic has found its way into the club as well. Undoubtly, some of the original atmosphere has been lost with the...

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  • Cafes

    4 out of 5 stars

    Bucharest Restaurants

    This is a little more expenisve caf'e in the new mall Afi Palace. It is a very nice place to have your coffee and they many different kind you can choose between. It is on the second floor in the mall and when you have your coffee drink you can look down when people skate or children who paly in the playground downstairs. I suggest you you to taste...

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  • Italian

    4 out of 5 stars

    Bucharest Restaurants

    I needed a break and wanted a salmon salat and it seemed that a lot of Romanian people were sitting here so i tried it. The salat was good think the cheese was a little bit to much.. insalata con salmone 28 lei plain water apa plata 6 lei fresh orange juice 12 lei.

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  • Bistros

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Bucharest Restaurants

    It's difficult to classify this unique establishment, into the traditional roles of restaurant, bar, pub or cafe. Named the "Amsterdam Grand Cafe", it does happen to serve coffee, but its offering extend far beyond that. This is not your ordinary Starbucks. In fact this is your Starbucks experience on sterioids, for those of you who partake in...

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  • Open spaces

    4 out of 5 stars

    Bucharest Restaurants

    I know it's a little scary eating from street vendors, but trust me when I say that when it comes to mici, they're like sausages but without the skin holding the meat in, they are the best when ordered from street vendors. Have them with mustard and beer they're amazing!!!

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  • Japanese

    5 out of 5 stars

    Bucharest Restaurants

    Located inside Baneasa City Mall in the north part of Bucharest, between the fashion part and the supermarket Carrefour part. Tip: Take the small elevator and have a table in the upper part of the restaurant, where you can get a view! The base floor tables are boring. Sushi combos

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  • Great old building

    The restaurant dates back to 1879 and we really like the interior. It is located at the Old Town area. As smoking is allowed inside it could be an issue for non-smokers. We ordered the pork shank and mixed salad, the food was pretty good but expensive. There are performances of Romanian cultural dances during dinner but we went there on a Monday...

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  • old world restaurant outside Bucharest

    Restaurant Vatra Neamului, Balostesti, past Otopeni the airport city, along the DN1 road. This is very much use as well for weddings and anniversaries by the locals, as it is very traditional Romanian in food and decoration. We had dinner in the poets’s room as you have portraits of Romanian poets/writers going way back. Vatra Neamului, is a mix...

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  • traditional local Sarbului

    wonderful ambiance friendly and local place. Great wooden beams and central chimney outside in the terrace and you can eat inside too.All in a traditional way with nice decorations and typical food and table settings. To look away from the tourist trail come here had a place of salads and beans vegetables of different sorts well made with a tray...

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  • Traditional Romanian Casa Doina

    nice friendly service, fast, and courteous, good food, at great prices and yes this was a hotel restaurant in the Ramada Parc and Plaza Hotels.On a rainy cold night looking for a place to see football/soccer match and no luck, settle for the hotel resto and it was a pleasant surprise. You dont have to stay in to eat here. Another visit and great...

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  • Romanian food in Vlad's Vaults

    Dinner in old town near the old Princely court in Bucharest Romanian this place is built into and uses the old vaults from the original court palace of Vlad the III built right into to the old court and up against the the oldest Church dating back to the 14 hundreds the sign said.Good Food ask for down stairs in the vault area because it is non...

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  • Caru cu bere (Beer Wagon)

    Caru cu bere (Beer Wagon) is probably the best know, most commented about eating establishment in Old Town Bucharest. Also one of the oldest breweries in Bucharest which was opened for the first time in 1879. The food is presented very well, tasty and real authentic Romanian cuisine. The restaurant looks fantastic in old hunting lodge glory, the...

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  • A mountain restaurant

    The restaurant is located on the road Brasov - Onesti in the Carpathian Mountain. It’s a nice area with a river passing nearby where they fish trout which is one of the specialties in the restaurant. The kitchen is Romanian- Hungarian; we also tried the chicken soup and the beans soup.It’s not only a restaurant but also there is a hotel part and...

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  • Traditional, historic ,good-Bucharest

    An old inn circa 1808 all wood very historic in the old city center section, now housing three restaurants and maybe later on the inn might come back too. Traditional Romanian food,in a historic setting at night is sublime;the food was well made, the ambiance very nice indeed, highly recommended as was shown to me by a local.picture taken from...

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  • Would you like chicken with your garlic!

    Excellent service and good portions marked this romanian restaurant out to me. No music to annoy you and intrude in your eating made this venue a pleasure to eat in. The decor consists of wooden tables and rustic fabric wall hangings. The waitresses are dressed in mini skirts with aprons and are attentive and non intrusive. I had sarmale and...

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  • Delicious soups

    Wonderful old surroundings, wooden walls and old style paint this restaurant has been recently restored to its original essence.It feels like a gentlemans club, the service was discreet but attentive and the food welcoming. I had Ciorba de pui (chicken soup) and it tasted home made, accompanied by fresh bread this meal was a welcome on a cold...

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  • Best steak in Europe!

    The Doroftei Pub in Ploiesti is actually a sports bar which serves food, right on the main street overlooking the city 'square'. It's owned by the retired boxer Leonard Dorin. It serves a mix of traditional Romanian dishes and really fantastic peppered and other kinds of steaks. The staff are very helpful and friendly, as is the owner, if he stops...

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  • Traditional Romanian food at it's best

    'Crama Sibiului Veche' (Old Sibiu's Inn) in Sibiu is one of the best restaurants I have been to in Romania, and it isn't too expensive. You can find it by heading out of piata mare at the diagonally opposite corner from the clock tower, and taking the 2nd side street on the left. This restaurant has a great atmosphere, good beer, and often live...

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  • Out of the ordinary

    Without doubt the officers club balcony restaurant in Bucharest is one of the most unusual and lovely places I have eaten. It is about 1 km north of the palace and 1/2 km west off University Square.You climb to the raised restaurant frontage via two sets of ornate stone steps eventually sitting above the surrounding road on a balcony around 5 mtrs...

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  • Tasteful even for breakfast: Ciorba de...

    This soup is specialty of Romania (though there is a similar one in Greece as well but not as tasteful). It is made of veal stomach in fine cut pieces, vegetables and sour cream is added. It is simply delicious and if you want you can ask it for breakfast (!!) as it is almost everywhere available. Price depents on restaurant: 2-3Euros

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  • like being a hobbet!!!

    This restaurant is great!!! . It is built underground and feels like it is built for a hobbet!! A former cellar built 400 years ago. They let you choose the music. Cozy atmosphere and deisicous dishes.Its all stone and the ceiling is very low. Its a amazing place to visit. Its is also very romantic. The service is great and the price is not neary...

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  • Dine with Dracula!

    You will recognize this unique and atmospheric restaurant by the blood dripping on the outside wall. Pull the chain at the door to be let in. Inside, you can choose from among the different themed rooms inside: Hunting Room, The Chapel, Medieval Room, Transylvanian Room, or have a drink at the Alchemical Bar. The very descriptive menu lists many...

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  • Home made food

    I do not know if there are good restaurants, because I was living by one family and having home food which was simply great. Home made bread and chease, home made alkohol - slivovitz.

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  • A nice restaurant in Sibiu

    Targeting mainly towards tourists, located in the center of the town, with a decorated interior and waiters dressed in local outfit, this restaurant surprisingly serves very decent food and is not very expensive.

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  • A nice restaurant in Brasov

    First of all the food - was good and all the items on the menu were available (unusual for a regular restaurant). The service was also good, the interior nice and the chairs confortable. Very few tourists - mainly locals people.

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  • A nice restaurant in Bucharest

    There are actually 4 restaurants with same name, same ownership; we ate at the one near to the Ateneul Roman. The first attempt to eat there without a reservation failed miserably, so we tried the next day, not before asking at the hotel to make a resrvation for us. Unpretentious, fresh and well cooked Romanian food, great variety and fair prices;...

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  • Here they know how to make the steaks

    Nice restaurant in Brasov area, with geat views, visited mostly by Romanian customers. While being there, we saw a large group of people who came to eat there all the way from Bucharest. The Romanian tend to overcook the steaks, but this restaurant was a pleasant exception - we got them exactly as we wanted them. And the "mititei" (Romanian minced...

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  • No luck with Romanian food

    We didn't have much in the way of good food in Romania, as most of our meals were super bland and simple. Try soups, fresh meat and fish (if you are by a river) and corn pollenta dishes with sour cream or simple vegetable dishes if you don't eat meat. Give it a try, and maybe you'll have more luck than we did. The best Romanian food we had was at...

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  • Fish bortsch

    If you visit the Danube's Delta you will it a lot of fish and many courses made of fish :) made by locals.Trust me it is simply iresistible!The fish bortsch is a soup made of fish with water taken usually directly from Danube and prety sour.Don't start with things like it doesn't look to good or it is not very igienic...Just eat it!

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  • Force-meat rolls in cabbage with corn...

    This is how it looks like...Tasty?I don't know if you ever heard of romanian wines.They are known to be very good.you should try some too.oh,and don't forget about "tuica"-plu brandy and "palinca"

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  • Food?you came to the right place!

    When you travel,you have to eatbso you can travel more.When you come to Romania, you also have to eat.If you have to eat,you came to the right place.In this country you can eat anything:italian food,mexican food,chinesse food,Mcdonald's food,any kind of food you want!But if you come in Romania,it's a pity eat our traditional food!Anywhere you go...

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  • Romanian Dinner

    At Terasa Doamnei Restaurant, every summer day at 20.00 starts folkloric show with music and dance. You could have a romantic Romanian dinner at Casa Doina ( Doina House) in a fancy athmosphere Romanian Soup, Sarmale, Papanashi, Fish

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  • The mobile department...

    Found this funny Mc Donald's on the beachwalk next to the Black Sea. Never seen anything like it before so I could't resist taking a photo of it. Didn't know that Mc Donald's had this kind of mobile department... =) A Big Mac Menue costed around €2.5.

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  • Hotel Economat

    The hotel Economat had a great restaurant there I had some typical Romanian food. This restaurant/hotell can be found only a few minutes away from Peles Castle.

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  • Junona

    Next to the beachwalk in Mamaia, you will find this restaurant which I really liked alot. Here you can have some great meals and having a nice view of the beach. The pasta is really great. I also tried some local dishes as Mamaligua and some deserts like romanian donuts. Really tasty, and I can recomend that to everyone who visit Romania. And why...

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  • Caru cu Bere

    Caru cu Bere is a beautiful old German-style restaurant which servers plenty of Romanian specialties, wines, beers and of course and continental menus (if you like). There are also daily folklore entertainment witch starts at 7 PM.

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  • Local food at Coliba Haiducilor

    This well-known and central situated restaurnat in Poiana Brasov have been serving gourmands for over 40 years. Considered to be one of the best restaurants in Romania. The Outlaws Hut serves traditional Romanian food in a wooden building near the ski slopes. Sit at one of the long wooden tables and have a second look at the decoration: guns, dried...

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  • If you eat with a family

    If possible try eating some home made food with Romanians, they are extremely hospitable and generous. Chances are they could make you polenta (boiled corn meal), sarmale (sausages cooked in cabbage leaves) or ciorba (home made soup) Sarmale

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  • The food is great; sadly, most...

    This is a GENERAL tip: it applies to most--but certainly not ALL restaurants in Romania.Don't go to Romania for the restaurants. (Bucharest is the only exception I have found so far.) Please don't misunderstand me: there is absolutely wonderful food in Romania but the odds are against your finding it in restaurants. I am not saying that it does not...

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  • Pizza K

    Okay, this was again in Sighetu Marmentiei, just so you know at the time there was only one other place to get lunch, I would like to say hello to the staff working there, the food was as wonderful as their service. It's on the main town strip.

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  • De luxe restaurante for less than 25€

    In a Bucarest 19th-century villa, Casa Doina is probably one of the most luxuous restaurants in the city, with traditional & fusion food. You will probably see not-so-young businessmen accompanied of much-younger nice girls. The ambience is relaxed and some days there is live classic and traditional music. However, the service you would expect in...

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  • The Beercart

    The one place old Cliffie would return to in Bucharest is the Caru cu bere (Beercart), a delightful restaurant in a 100-year-old building that somehow escaped the ravages of Ceaucescu. The food was simple but excellently prepared, and the draft beer was much better than the bottled beer on sale elsewhere in the capital. The night old Cliffie was...

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