Traditional pies and
folk music

La placinte

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Why locals love it?

As soon as you enter this restaurant, situated in an upscale Bucharest neighborhood, you will notice the cozy atmosphere and helpful waiters, always with a smile on their face. If you like Romanian folk music and home-made food, you might become one of their regular clients.

Why you should visit it

Apart from traditional Moldavian dishes, served in clay pots, their menu also features many delicious pies, filled with pumpkin, potato or cheese.
The place can get quite crowded at lunch time and and in the evening so it's better to make a reservation.

Special tip

Choose "învârtite" instead of "plăcinte", they can be served faster ;)
Don't miss the cheese cake that goes along very well with Purcari wine.

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It's a chain restaurant original from Rep. of Moldova. It's really inexpensive and it has this mix of traditional Romanian cuisine and some ex-USSR influences. Please, but please try the Moldavian whines - you'll wanna take some back home with you.
Veaceslav Local October 7, 2016
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