The metro station at Piata Romana is one of the most bizarre on the Bucharest underground system: a thick wall with just a few small openings for passengers to get through separates the platforms from the trains. Why? The station was an afterthought: originally there was to be no intermediate station between Universitate and Piata Victoriei.
A nice place on a quiet(ish) street yet still close enough to the city centre to be within walking distance. There is an elegance to the decoration that suggests they've taken real time and effort over things, and the beds are large, comfortable and
Romanian restaurant with an international twist, a charming place close to Piata Romana serving a great range of food. There is a good choice of treats for breakfast, lunch or dinner, as well as some terrific desserts. We are particularly fond of the buf
So much more than a pub this place is a genuine bistro which offers great food alongside a wide selection of first class booze. Serves both Guinness and Kilkenny on draught, as well as no fewer than six single malts. The food menu is extensive and featur