As a regular reader of BuchExp you may notice that we as expats LOVE to find places that have great food, reliable internet connections, a pleasing atmosphere, and a great staff. Well, we’ve found another place (coincidentally right near where some of us live) that is well worth a visit. It’s called Dada, and is located over in sector 2 somewhat between Calea Mosilor and Mihai Bravu at the intersection str. Matei Voievod & str Agricultori. When you drive by, you’ll notice the large glass front (one level) that has some clothing displayed in it on 2 statues as well as the really cool design for a front “gate”. The gate is a hand twisted metal in a free-form pattern, that opens to the entry and a small side terrace. Inside there is a bar area with room for four as well as a nice “white tablecloth” dining area. The front area towards the street has four large couches and some stools which is where we always tend to sit and sip coffee and Demmer’s tea while working on the internet.
With swing, big band, and ambient music playing quietly in the background, and the candle-lit, virtually smoke-free atmosphere, Restaurant Dada makes for a very pleasant space. Now here’s the not-so-great news. The food comes with a hefty price. Appetizers or starters range from 15 to 49 ron, pasta dishes are in the mid to high 20 ron segment, and meat and fish dishes are around 40 ron each. The coffee and tea drinks are between the 9 and 12 ron range which fits with most “nicer” cafes around town. Think Dorobanti prices here. All in all we will return quite often to Restaurant Dada. EVERY single one of the dishes has been out of this world, and we have uploaded many of them to the Foodspotting social network group under BucharestExpat. We don’t see that reservations are necessary, but being the perfect place for a romantic dinner date, you will wish to call ahead just in case. Business here seems to pick up between 7 and 10pm. They are open until midnight weekdays.
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Str. Matei Voievod 94 bis
(colt cu Str. Agricultori)
0729 997 405