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Romanian Restaurant

Caru' cu bere

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Caru’ cu bere este locul unde vă puteţi înfrupta din cele mai gustoase bucate şi unde puteţi savura bere facută după o reţetă unică, originală din 1879.
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Geny
Geny
September 7, 2020
A monument and historical building where you can eat traditional plates. You will found a various traditional foods. (Romanian bean casserole with onion, Classic Romanian skinless sausages “Mici”, Grilled cheese in bread crumbs, ecc, house bread, house beer) The place which keeps immortal the…
Catalin
Catalin
March 2, 2020
Traditional restaurant in the old town
Victor
Victor
February 21, 2020
At the foundation of Caru’ cu bere’s identity lays a history of more than 130 years, starting with the Mircea brothers, among which Mircea Nicolae as the founder, his legacy and the historical building. The place which keeps immortal the spirit of old Bucharest: Caru’ cu bere (The beer wagon) A…
Alin
Alin
February 13, 2020
An Authentic Romanian Cuisine in the heart of Bucharest. Caru’ cu bere is the most famous and delightful experience you can have of romanian cuisine when visiting the country.
Robert
Robert
February 2, 2020
Be sure to make a reservation at Caru' Cu Bere, as they are usually fully booked if you wish to be seated inside; and you do! It is located in the historic centrum of Bucharest and offers traditional Romanian dishes. However, this is not why I recommend it; despite the food being good. The venue is…

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Placering
5 Strada Stavropoleos
Sector 3, Municipiul București 030081
Centrul Istoric
Telefon+40 726 282 373
Hjemmesidecarucubere.ro
Reservationer
Ja
Kreditkort
Yes (incl. NFC Payments & Visa)
Udendørs siddepladser
Ja
Musik
Livemusik
Wi-fi
Free
Menuer
Morgenmad, brunch, frokost, middag, dessert, happy hour
Drikkevarer
Beer, vin, fuldt udstyret bar, cocktails
Spisemuligheder
Levering
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