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Romanians often struggle to come up with some tasty products that they would definitely call their own. But could one of them be pastrami? Well well well, take it from the wikipedia article about this meat-based delish: «The name pastrami comes from Romanian pastramă, a declination of the Romanian verb păstra meaning "to conserve food, to keep something for a long duration"». Hmmmm yes this time it seems we're onto something real! Exciting, let's read what is the article saying next: «...whose etymology is linked to the Turkish pastırma, short for Turkish: bastırma et "pressed meat." Wind-dried beef had been made in Anatolia for centuries, and Byzantine dried meat is thought by some to be "one of the forerunners of the pastirma of modern Turkey".» Damn you Ottomans!! Not you again! Wasn't taking sarmale enough? Well, never mind... The word was still popularized by Romanians immigrants anyway, therefore it was high time Romania got its own dedicated Pastrami Place. Introducing... GRABit! The GRABit team cooks delicious pastrami sandwiches made with Wangyu beef, along with other fresh local products. Not to forget their very own pastrami hotdogs. GRABit could become one of your favorite spot when you are on a rush for lunch and feel like eating fast food that tastes good. Who said fast food does not mean high quality food? Bonus: once you're done, you can have your after-lunch cup of coffee next door, at Saola Coffee Shop. They have coffee from Origo as well as ice cream from Friddi on the better sunny days. Go on my friend, may the pastrami be with you!

Gabriel M.

Calea Plevnei 5, București 030167, Romania

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