A traditional restaurant where you will find the Transylvanian dishes. Service quite slow. Nothing exceptional.
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Beautiful decorated Romanian Folklore wood and embroidery mid-city, delicious local food, drinks, amazing service and great background music.
A bunch of Europeans (Romanians, Hungarians, Russians, Danes and me) walk into a bar. Actually, a restaurant, but all of that faded away when one of our number, the chief of police from the next town, pulled out from under the table a gallon tank...More
Our tourist group was brought to Hanul Dacilor on our first evening in Romania to get a taste of traditional food. We were brought upstairs, where we sat at long tables and were served platters of delicacies by way of a starter, then platters of...More