Dining Out in Bucharest

5 06 2015

On the second and final night of our very short visit to Bucharest, Romania, my colleague and I were taken to a very fine French restaurant by our business associate.  When asked what we fancied for dinner, I had said something local and contemporary meaning modern Romanian if they had such a thing but Le Birstrot Francais, run by our associate’s friend, was where we ended up.  I had no complaints though as the food was superb.

The restaurant is across from the Romanian Athenaeum, the main classical concert hall opened in 1888.

The restaurant is across from the Romanian Athenaeum, the main classical concert hall in Bucharest opened in 1888.

We were shown to the wine bar section of the restaurant which was in a different building from the main room.

We were shown to the wine bar section of the restaurant which was in a different building from the main room.

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There was only bar facilities in this room so they were delivering food across the street from the main restaurant but at one point it was pouring out so that was a little tricky.

 

The gang.

The gang.

"The Wine Bar" at Le Bistrot Francais

The “Wine Bar” at Le Bistrot Francais

 

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