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All reviews polenta soups stew cabbage rolls pork bread romanian food wine cellar great traditional food traditional music traditional restaurant big portions little bit nice atmosphere visiting sibiu place to eat old town
This wine cellar restaurant is small enough to be a dinner destination for a romantic date and large enough to hold a party of 8. The staff was kind and accommodating (even to our request for separate checks, make sure you do this at the...More
A Bad experience as all the dishes We served Where Very salted. They lacked in taste and for sure I will never repeat the experience. We did had a Good experience 3 years ago When everything was exactly How it should be.
We served supa...More
Date of visit: January 2019
1 Thank Ana M
TransylvanianSibiu, Manager at Crama Sibiul Vechi, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago
Dear Ana M,
First of all I'm sorry for your bad experience in our restaurant. We are permanently trying to me everyone's taste in food, but this is impossible.Generally we are well known for our soups and sarmale, which take long time to cook and...More
It is a nice place,on the ground floor.the decoration is traditional as the clothes that the waitresses wear.the food was a little stodge but tasty.the "salata asortata " was ok but most of all we liked the "cascaval pane" which was fried pane cheese.it was...More
Definitely lot of room to improve.
Great location, good soups, so the romanian traditional dishes.
Table not so cleaned-up, received a totally dirty glass for water and waiter forgot 2 of our meals that caused a delay.
I loved this place so much. It's small, but tastefully decorated, with very polite waiters and not too loud music. The food is delicious, the staff attentive and the atmosphere laid back. I don't know what it's like in the high season, but on a...More
The menu presents the portions as being far smaller than they actually are. The food is delicious but quite expensive for what it is. Lovely, rustic decor in an old cellar. Food takes a while to come, and tables are few - don’t come in...More