Dusk in Bucharest – Romania. After a long day of sightseeing, shopping, and meetings there is nothing like ending the day knowing that a hearty meal awaits you, combining an authentic Israeli menu with local Romanian food.
In the center of Bucharest, in the heart of the Jewish Quarter, alongside the ancient buildings on the central boulevard, is a kosher restaurant, Moise House, where you can enjoy a unique culinary experience. A variety of dishes created by chef (name?) Combine the rich flavors of Israeli cuisine with traditional Romanian fare- a combination that is worthwhile visiting from afar to experience; A meat grill that includes the Romanian Kebab known for its juicy and delicious flavor, the Churba a sour soup with delicate meatballs next to the famous melange and other casserole dishes Romanians famous for.
We have not neglected the desserts: you can choose from variety like homemade cakes, ice cream, and traditional Romanian desserts. All this is strictly kosher in a unique Israeli-Romanian atmosphere that reminds you of home and vacation simultaneously the same time. Not only did you not have to bring food from home, the food became the highlight of the trip!