As our dear friends from Wikipedia say: "Paninaro (Italian pronunciation: [paniˈnaːro]; feminine: Paninara; plural: Paninari; feminine plural: Paninare) is a term that identifies a custom phenomenon born in the eighties in Milan and then spread first in the Milanese metropolitan area and then throughout Italy and the Canton Ticino. It was characterized by an obsession with designer clothing and adherence to a lifestyle based on consumption that involved every aspect of daily life. The phenomenon soon became known throughout Italy and led to the birth of magazines, films and television parodies." You got it right? Paninaro (the restaurant in Bucharest) is a place highlighting this counterculture which happened in Milan in the 80's. Let's call it : The Italian American Dream. Their menu speaks for itself. You'll find a list of paninis, but also that pulled-pork sandwich (looking more like a burger actually) which is so(add another 10 "o") delicious. They also serve cocktails and coffee from Dropshot.
Strada Luterană 3, București 010161, Romania