A must on any trip to Poiana, Coliba - opened in 1967 - serves traditional Romanian food in a gorgeous building close to the ski slopes. Sit at one of the long wooden tables and have a second look at the decoration: guns, dried peppers and cobs of corn and lots of skins (boars, sheep, wolves and one bear). The food is fantastic - from the ciorbas and soups to the huge portions of meat, all of which come served on wooden boards. The Coliba'scartofi taranesti (potatoes with onion and bacon) are a Romanian legend. Impressively, there is a fully no-smoking room for families with children. Wherever you want to sit, you will need a reservation.