PAPILA  

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Papila Kitchen is a place carefully composed by skilful hands; as careful as if they were selecting the meats on a charcuterie board. Keeping tabs on taste, aspect and cohesion, Maria Burachu and Gabriel Herdean have created a kitchen resembling an anecdote you tell your dearest friends over a glass of wine. Every flavour is considered: sweet tableware, savoury furniture, sour textiles, umami lights and not a hint of bitterness. With the support of their most talented friends, they have succeed in putting together an international kitchen - basically a living room of taste where you go out with your dearest people, family and friends. The menu, developed, tested and implemented by Chef Vasile Nicolae, is inspired by different parts of the world and, more importantly, is built on seasonal dishes. The soup section includes a thai soup to warm you up from the inside out, as well as a cream tomato soup with the perfect texture. For sandwich lovers, there’s beef with goulash sauce and roasted bell pepper. But they also have one with home grown chicken, camembert and garlic puree! What to choose?! Papila is also very-vegan-friendly, since their all-vegetable sandwich is fantastic. The drinks are well-selected: coffee and specialty teas, craft beer and various liquid mixes with fruits and aromatic herbs. Everything Maria and Gabriel did at Papila, they did with a sole goal in mind: expressing the best versions of themselves. Bring your taste buddies here and you won’t regret it.

Ana N.

Strada Sfinților 6, București 021063, Romania

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