Fodor's Expert Review Hanul lui Manuc
In 1808, a wealthy Armenian built this evocative, timbered inn for the convenience of traveling merchants. After extensive renovations, the historic inn and accompanying café, bistro, cellar restaurant, and garden were restored to something of their past glory and all are deservedly popular. Sit around the café's horseshoe bar for a yummy pastry and huge selection of coffee beverages, wine, beer, and cocktails; or under the bistro balcony's timbered eaves. Hearty Romanian-style bistro fare includes copious platters of sausages and potato pudding, or baked seafood with various homemade sauces. You won't go away hungry. The elegant cellar restaurant serves an excellent menu of more refined Romanian classics.