Livada is located a bit away from the historical centre of Cluj (cca 20min walk from the cathedral), but it is absolutely worth the effort. It serves traditional Romanian peasant food (cluj cabbage, saussages, etc., try the delicious pork cooked in lard with polenta) with a contemporary twist. The same goes for the decor: folk motives and quintessentially rural objects, think rolling pins or brooms, are reinvented to create a stylish, urban interior. The staff are pleasant and speak English. Another advantage is their offer of vegetarian dishes: e.g. traditional aubergine salad (something like an aubergine guacamole). The place is on the pricey side, compared to other restaurants in Cluj, but definitely worth in.
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