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The concept of CAJU by Joseph Hadad brasserie is casual dining, with affordable price dishes, which caters to different levels of customers. It’s the place where Joseph proposed to bring to the table the tastes of his childhood, with strong North African influences. The restaurant is located downtown, on a picturesque street, behind the Romanian Athenaeum, a symbol that represents one of the main attractions of the city. The space has three areas, the centre that brings together 14 tables and is dominated by a curved wooden ceiling, each table featuring a chandelier above, made of a mix of ceramic and metal.
Asked for a table of two without reservation, and while there were quite a few free tables and it was not peak hour, the receptionist outright and very rudely refused to accept us. She even opened the door and showed us out.
If you are looking for a nice cosy place and great food, Caju by Joseph Hadad is one of the best place to go. The food is mainly oriental, but you can also try some western dishes. Desserts are also great while the wine list...More
I went with my family and it was great, good food mediterranean but you can eat also a great hamburger :). The personnel is very friendly. i liked the place a lot and most probably I will come back with my friends.
I booked one table and they warned us that after 2 hours we have to go away because the table is booked for another persons. It is a pity the name of Chef Hadad is used in this brasserie. The staff is at lower quality,...More
Food is very good and you have a lot of choices. I suggest to change the menu from time to time, because it is the same from a very long period. Crowded in the evening and small distance between tables, but it is a chance...More
Food, service and ambiance are very average. Don’t know why everyone are so excited about this place. I would not recommend to anyone as it is very AVERAGE. So many better places to eat and drink are in Bucharest.
The food is good, we ate quite a lot of dishes. It's a crowded place and, since the location is rather small, it's a little too noisy. However, after we left we were very disappointed to see on the receipt that service was included, an...More