Restaurants in Bucharest
Eating out is probably one of the biggest struggles when you’re a tourist in a city you’ve never been to.
Also, there’s nothing worse than starving while you have absolutely no idea where to eat. To solve this problem, bookmark this article or write down these awesome places. Next time you want to eat in Bucharest, the only problem you’ll have is “how much I want to eat?” and not where.
Let’s see what these places have to offer.
If you love the Scandinavian Nordic design, good coffee, and healthy food, then this is the place to go. There aren’t too many places in Bucharest that went for the Nordic style.
Frudisiac manages to provide a chill vibe and a cozy atmosphere. You can come here for breakfast, lunch, and even an early dinner. They close at around 8 pm.
They are extremely famous for their American pancakes which are seriously amazing. These pancakes are juicy and fluffy; honey has been poured on top, a generous amount of ricotta cheese, fresh berries, and lavender. Such a winning combination of flavors!
Address and contact: Intrarea Bitolia 4, București | 021 231 0411
If you’re not craving something sweet, you can go for:
- Avocado on toast and poached eggs;
- Freshly made sandwiches;
- Scrambled eggs with smoked salmon;
- A salad;
- Or a smoothie.
They add new dishes on the menu frequently, so you can also ask the guys working there what they’d recommend.
Simbio is one of those places where you can eat in Bucharest, but still, feel like you’re eating at home. Yes, it’s that cozy and inviting. And if you don’t believe us, then feel free to check it out yourself.
Are you craving breakfast at lunch? Then you can go to Simbio. They serve breakfast all day long.
Also, this is a great place if you want to go for a brunch, for a nice dinner, or, basically, for any moment of the day. The fantastic food is accompanied by friendly staff, so you should definitely stop by when you’ll be visiting Bucharest.
A meal with a view in Bucharest? 18 Lounge is the answer.
This restaurant is situated on the 18th floor and it has a magnificent view. It’s extremely close to Herastrau Park, which is the largest park in Bucharest.
The view is phenomenal and the food does it justice. The atmosphere is romantic, intimate and warm. It’s perfect for a chilled evening with your friends or significant other.
Caru’ Cu Bere
Caru’ Cu Bere is the restaurant to go if you want to eat traditional Romanian food. The place was opened back in 1879 in a spectacular building made by the plans of an Austrian architect.
The interior is absolutely breathtaking and it manages to take back in time any person that sets foot in here. You can also listen to traditional Romanian music while you’re at Caru’ Cu Bere and enjoy delicious food.
We hope that your food dilemmas are now sorted out thanks to this article. Be sure to remember or save the name of these places on your phone. That way, when you’ll be visiting Romania, you’ll know where to eat in Bucharest.
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