Dorobanti is also the home of TVR: Romanian television. Along with Piatas Revolutiei and Universitatii, the TVR building (something, by the way, of a futuristic gem) was the scene of the heaviest fighting in the 1989 revolution.
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Sushi, yes. Lots of great sushi in fact, prepared by experts and presented as amazingly as you could hope for. But there is more to this place than just sushi, lots more. For a start, it opens early for breakfast, and what breakfast! Eggs benedict with s
This place has remained more or less unchanged in 22 years (it opened in 1996), and that's just the way that we and all the other happy regulars like it. Serving giant portions of great German sausages (all made on the premises) as well as huge pork k
Serving one of the best selections of beers in Bucharest (including Hoegaarden on draught) the drinks alone would be reason enough to come here, but then there is the food on top as well, which is really rather good too. Mussels of course (this is a Bel
Noodles with a choice of toppings, noodle salads, noodle soups and a few other treats brought to you by the same people who run the amazing Tuk Tuk Thai restaurant (such as crispy ducks hanging in the window). There's a daily set menu which offers terrif
The White Horse was one of the first proper pubs to open in Bucharest (back in 1997) and it remains one of the best. It has always had a reputation as a place which serves better food than most other pubs in the city: flambeed foie gras with with caremal