Energiea

Top bars and restaurants in Universitatii area

Amada is a green oasis in the center of a very busy town. The main attraction is the lovely terrace in Greek style. With daily fresh fish and sea food and a mix of Mediterranean styles, you can not go wrong. The menu is limited to what they have fresh that day or what they have prepared, so always ask the waiter/cook for details as they are the menu. Wine selection is not large, but the present ones are specific for fish and sea food. Better call for reservation as it’s only open at evenings and only 45 people can sit at tables. Do mention our website, we’re good friends.(Radu Cristian Str no 3, $$)

Amada Greek restaurant

Amada Greek restaurant

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stadio it’s supposedly a “sports bar” but very different than an American sports bar. It’s a restaurant with many TV were you can watch different games. The restaurant is Italian but in the list of appetizers you can find salmon as well as baked eggplant salad, which is typical Romanian dish .Creative decorations and a well laid out send’s you to a London type design.  The restaurant the prices are decent for the location of the restaurant. Good food and fine wines. ( Ion Câmpineanu Str no 11, $$$)

Stadio Restaurant

Stadio Restaurant

 

 

 

 

 

 

Energiea is one of the places where the young artists of Bucharest likes to meet. The design is a mixture of Industrial with modern touch, nice atmosphere good cocktail bar. Don’t stress if your alone. People are open to meet new people so don’t be shy!  Also good for food, good pork ribs with French fries or chicken wings. (Brezoianu Str no 4, $$)

Energiea

Energiea

 

 

 

 

 

 

Biomediterraneo Bistro&Marché is an eclectic space divided into two separate parts, the front which is also a take away stand and a small bistro of just a few tables. Bistro & Marche,  is designed in an modern-vintage style, cozy and stylish at the same time. The menu is inspired by the Mediterranean coast, the menu has a good balance of health choices, including chicken, pastas, duck, nice selection of soups and salads . Tasty and healthy food with a lot of options even for vegetarians.  Good prices for this central, tip-top location. (Ion Campineanu Str no 3A, $$)

Biomediterraneo Bistro&Marche

Biomediterraneo Bistro&Marche

 

 

 

 

Alioli, owned by a Romanian family that lived in Spain for eight years, they returned to Bucharest to prepare genuine valencian and andalusian dishes. The chef is Spanish, the ingredients he uses come directly from Spain and the restaurant has always at least one table of Spanish eating there so it’s as authentic as it can be. The down side is that it’s a smoking restaurant so that can be a bummer. Best sangria in the city! (Popa Tatu Str no 4, $$$)

Alioli Spanish

Alioli Spanish

Beraria Gambrinus ( Gambrinus brewery) is at the ground floor of Hotel Cismigiu, more a pub than a restaurant. it’s a place were to go to meet friend  for a beer. Order the meter beers, taste   “mici”, witch is kind of meat balls or the “patricieni” sausages .  It takes some time until they bring you the food…but it is good. Don’t forget is all about beer there!( Regina Elisabeta Bulv no 38, $$)

Beraria Gambrinus

Beraria Gambrinus

Mesogios it’s all about sea food in an Greek style. You can choose you calamari, shrimps or lobster from a big window display.  The menu  is exclusively around fish and seafood so don’t expect other  Greek dishes which not contain fish. It is considered by many the best restaurant for fish and fresh seafood. (Jean Luis Calderon Str no49, $$$$)

Mesogios

Mesogios

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