FLOREASCA’S TOP RESTAURANTS
The Best cafes, bars and restaurants in Bucharest neighborhood Floreasca brought to you by one of the pickiest person alive!
Vacamuuu this ’’meat market & steak house’’ as they like to call themselves its a typical American restaurant with quality beef with prices range from low to high, so you can chose according on your taste and budget. Really good hamburger, huge salads and a nice wine selection. From the entrance you are surrounded by meat piles so you will know why you are there. This is a smoke free restaurant so it can be too smokey for a non smoker.
Vacamuuu is the ultimate and best choice for the meat lover.
Calea Floreasca nr 111 ($$$)
Divan, this Turkish inspired corner spot is one of the only places in Bucharest to get your oriental food game on. The Turkish bazaar atmosphere is created with beautiful turquoise walls, Ottoman artifacts and other decorative elements brought from Istanbul. Order eggplant stuffed with minced meat or Sac Tava witch is traditional marinated veal. Two belly dancers spice up the night. Great atmosphere and food, they can work on their service though!
Calea Floreasca 111-113, ($$$)
Rue du pain, you can’t find a better place for you breakfast! This French bakery is known “Benedict eggs”, great pastries, delicious cakes and lovely soups. Try everything in the patisserie display, and them come back for more. In weekends you might have to wait longer to be served.
Calea Floreasca 111-113 ($$)
Yoshi for sushi fanatics! This new Japanese restaurant stold everybody’s hearts! Design on two levels in an minimal contemporary style, Yoshi is the place to be for quality and selection of fresh fish. Many argued that the didn’t have such a good sushi for a long time after tasting Chef Vova’s incredible recipe. At the second floor there is teppanyaki table for 12 people were Chef Vova will make the best food show ever!
Str. Banu Antonache nr. 40-44 ($$$$)
Madamme Pogany this is one of the coolest places in town. A restaurant by day, a club by night, the Pogany team has the know how to combine both side of the day&night. When talking about food, they call themselves ,” Urban Cuisine ”. Their menu is small, max 6 dishes of food, but the menu changes every day. By night, they have wine tasting, live concerts, DJ performance. An interactive place were to meet cool people.
Banu Antonache Street, No 40-44 ($$$)
La Farine, is a small bistro-restaurant opened in 2013, with a nice atmosphere, open for breakfast lunch and dinner. Their menu is International , I recommend the escargot de bourgogne or any type of pasta. So, if you’re out for your morning coffee, or after the classic compliment to your evening meal, stop by La Farine, relax at one of their tables and enjoy your meal.
Calea Floreasca nr 92-111 ($$$)
Fitto Cafe its a coffee place were you can have a meal if the stomach suddenly screams. Light green color interior, short but tasty food menu, fantastic fresh juices and a lovely staff.
If you haven’t tried ciorba (Romanian soup) yet, you should order Ciorba de pui a la grec.
Calea Floreasca 70-72 ($$)
Wok away is a Chinese take-away / restaurant. You can order your meal home or dine in their restaurant. The design doesn’t say much but it’s a clean, fast and the food just right. They have a standard dish at witch you can add your topping and sauce to make it just the way you like it.
Calea Floreasca, No.145 ($$)
Chez Toni it’s a Lebanese restaurant owned by Toni, a Lebanese that took over this oasis in the Pescariu Sports and Spa and turned it into a Mediterranean delight of traditional Lebanese flavors. They have everything from fattoush, tabouleh, hommous, labne, Kebbeh, Kafta, Kebab or sea food. The staff is nice and for sure you will end up eating more than you should!
Str. Glodeni nr. 3, Sector 2 ($$$)
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