Alma mater of Romanian restaurants, an integral part of the city's rich tapestry. This classy place - first built in 1892 - pulls in the cream of Bucharest society, served by charming, splendid waiters in smart dress. The food - particularly the traditional Romanian dishes - is superb, carefully crafted by resident chef Tudor Dobre, and in a city where standards rise only to fall so often, Casa Doina can be considered a paragon of consistency. The location is worthy of the food, on posh Soseaua Kiseleff in a quiet, leafy, withdrawn setting. The splendid terrace is an absolute joy when the weather allows.
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