- TOURS & TRIPS
Bucharest restaurants are a big part of city life, as the capital of Romania has a diverse culinary scene that offers a range of international cuisines as well as traditional Romanian dishes. The following are some of the best and most appreciated restaurants in the city:
At the base of the identity of Caru' cu bere (The Cart with Beer) stands a history of over 130 years created by the Mircea brothers. The founder Nicolae Mircea passed on to his heirs what is now one of the most successful restaurants in Bucharest, renowned among foreign tourists as well, and a building classified as a historical monument.
Caru` cu bere is a place where you can enjoy the most delicious Romanian traditional food and enjoy a beer made from a unique, original recipe since 1879.
Hanul lui Manuc (Manuc`s Inn) is one of the oldest inns in Bucharest and is located at 62–64 Strada Franceză.
Built by an Armenian called Emanuel Mârzaian (Manuc), one of the richest and most influential merchants of his times in the Balkan region, Manuc's Inn was built about two hundred years ago, providing lodging and shelter for the caravans on their trade routes. A key element regarding the inn is its innovative architecture.
The restaurant is located in a historical building and serves traditional dishes and some other food. The place has a pleasant atmosphere and in the evening there are live performances. Tourists and locals simply love it, because of its welcoming and unique appearance.
Linea/Closer to the Moon is one of Bucharest’s most popular rooftop bars, displaying an ingenious cosmic theme and offering panoramic city views. Up here you can sip fine and refreshing cocktails, cold beers, or a glass of wine, as well as dine from the carefully crafted and Mediterranean-inspired food menu. During winter, the igloos on top of the building offer a special experience with a great atmosphere and amazing views.
Hard Rock Cafe Bucharest is located in King Michael I Park, one of the largest parks placed in the European urban areas. Our restaurant sits on the shores of Herastrau Lake and is just a few short steps from the Village Museum and the landmark Triumph Arch, where Bucharest's entertainment district begins.
A favorite of both locals and tourists, Hard Rock Cafe Bucharest combines flavourful dishes with an energetic atmosphere and the best live music to create a truly unique experience.
Beraria H has a simple food selection and a lot of meat, mostly grill, and a few side dishes for plenty of beer. The design and atmosphere are just as they should be in a beer house.
The scale of the building/dining hall is impressive, to say the least. It's enormous, like a German bierkeller - enough tables and room for hundreds of people.
NOR Sky is a restaurant with a fantastic view over Bucharest. Located at 136 meters, NOR Sky is a reference restaurant in Bucharest. NOR Sky is located on the 36th floor of the Sky Tower building. From that restaurant, you can identify the essential points of the capital, from Baneasa to Berceni. It is the highest point in Bucharest from where you can dine. Just imagine eating with such a view! Anyone would be delighted to be at that point where they can see the beautiful city. The restaurant's panorama is breathtaking, so you won't regret the reservation you made. Everything will be as you expected it to be: from the interior design to the tasty food. Nothing could disappoint you.