Regina Noptii (THe Queen of the Night): "Not to miss Traditional Mixed Grill" Ploiesti Restaurant Tip by victorash69
Ploiesti Restaurants: 7 reviews and 4 photos
The good think about the owner of this restaurant (which now has a brother across the street, a cellar and a hotel) is that he managed to maintained the high standard of the food and services quality ever since he opened. The food is fantastic, while I was living and working in Ploiesti, I never left the restaurant dissapointed of anything. Western European people may argue that the Romanian cousine has too much meat, which is quite fair to a certain point. But how the meat is prepared I think that it is making the difference. Not to mention the side dishes (vegetables, salads, home made pickles) which are always delicious. A good selection of Romanian wines (red and white) is also available. Not too sure about other countries wines, as always I was stuck with the Romanian ones.
Favorite Dish: There are so many but I would recommend either the Masa Macelarului (a mixed grilled of a lot of meat - chicken, pork, sausages, liver, beef, etc.) or Tochitura Moldoveneasca (something like a Gulash but much better).
Price Comparison: least expensive
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