City Grill

  Str. Covaci 19 ,   Old Town          (+4) 0727 62 62 62     more than a year ago
City Grill Old Town
City Grill Old Town
They call these places 'your dining room in the city,' and given the homely food and cheap prices (the lunchtime deals are just about unbeatable) they might just be right. You can expect big portions of delicious, often rather adventurous Romanian food, cooked and presented wonderfully and always served with a smile. We like the carnati de plescoi, tasty smoked sausages made with mutton and pork, while there are also no fewer than five types of mici on the menu. There's a good selection of local beers to choose from too. Recently renovated, the place itself looks better than ever and as a reliable, good value diner it's hard to beat.


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Outside seating
Live Music
Home Delivery
City centre location




Open 08:00 - 24:00, Fri, Sat 08:00 - 02:00.
Also at (B-2) B-dul Primaverii 3, tel. (+4) 021 233 98 18; and Calea Floreasca 175, tel. (+4) 0727 54 33 33.

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I enjoyed City Grill, during my short stay in Bucharest I went there three times, however, I did not have a car and did not want to travel very far for a meal. The staff was helpful, they had lunch specials and they made sure that you were aware of them. I liked their mici, they were tasty and quite large in size. I had the tripe soup as well and that was good too. I would definately go back. One thing that I do not like about the service in Romania (and this was true for City Grill as well) is that after they bring you the food they rarely come by to ask you how everything is, usually the next time you see the waiter is when he brings you the bill. In my case they forgot to bring me a side salad I ordered and the next time I had a chance to talk to the waiter was when he brought me the bill.

Belonging to one of the two owners that created La Mama years ago, this place is the city-esque version of La Mama (which wanted to be more on the traditional side). Average to low quality service, average dishes. A bit better than a fast food, but the same general image like at La Mama.
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