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The food is pretty good and there's a lot to discover if you're not familiar with romanian cuisine. But oh boy... waitresses are so rude!
Use 2 have good food but now they cut corners. The Easter Drob was like pâté (shouldn't be like that). Stay away from the pretty waitress- her nasty attitude will ruin your appetite.
Try the "clatite," homemade Romanian pancakes at its best. I don't even like dessert and I had two portions!
Never have i felt so at home as here. Walked in, offered a table, then waitresses proceed to ignore us although the restaurant was half empty. Sa luati m!*& de ziua voastra
The savory menu items at this Romanian community hot spot are pretty mediocre, but desserts like sour cream-topped doughnuts and apple strudel hit a sweet spot.
First time having Romanian - LOVED IT!! Can't go wrong with whatever you get.
This food is delicious!! The sarmale, mamaliga, snitzel, and ciorbas are my favorites!! MMMMMMMM!!!!!! Plus fun dancing on the weekends :)
The oldest Romanian restaursnt in Queens....new location is so much better than the old one...parking still sucks.
Good entertainment. Cheap diner food
Best place to get Romanian food in NY. The papanasi dessert is a must!
New location at 43-06 43rd ave, by 43rd st. Best Romanian food around!
This is my favorite neighborhood in queens!!! And the yummiest Romanian soul food!!
Sat there for 20 minutes without receiving even a glass of water.
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