It’s all about fusion … the language we speak, the food we eat and the culture that shaped us
A trip to Romania is no exception to the old saying “The easiest path to get to one’s heart is through the stomach”. Romanian cuisine is an almost perfect reflection of the country’s agrarian roots and twisted history.
Dishes borrow heavily from neighbouring cultures – Turkish, Hungarian, Germanic and Slavic. The results are starters and main courses with a familiar homemade quality, built around staples such as pork, chicken and lamb, but made special through the addition of organic fruits and vegetables.
Romania has been catching up fast with international food trends in recent years. You can now eat the as well in Romania as you can in most parts of Europe at value for money prices.