Hanul Manuc, Bucharest
Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Have a drink in the courtyard of Hanul Manuc, often referred to as "the last caravansary of South Eastern Europe." A wealthy Armenian grain merchant, known under his Turkish name Manuc-bei, built the inn in 1808 as a commercial complex that included living quarters, offices, stores, and a pub. Its original structure, featuring arcaded open galleries with carved wooden pillars encircling the courtyard, remains the same with the addition of a ground floor cafe. The inn is a notable historical site as it was often a venue for important political meetings. At the end of the 19th century, one of its halls served as a theater. To visit Hanul Manuc and other attractions in Bucharest, use our Bucharest trip itinerary maker.
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Questo ristorante ha tutta l'aria di essere una vecchia guarnigione messicana, un ampio spazio centrale all'aperto e attorno ci sono due piani tra hotel e ristorante. Noi siamo andati a mangiare nel p... read more »This restaurant has every appearance of being an old Mexican garrison, a large central space outdoors and around there are two floors between hotel and restaurant. We went to eat in the basement, cellar-like, pretty cool inside. We took a mixed meat appetizer with foie gras and a dish of caramelised mutton chops, truly excellent and plentiful, we struggled to finish the dish. Seconded staff but still good at their jobs.show original
Bel posto con un grado di istoria specifico facilmente da raggiungere . Piatti tipici tradizionali personale cordialeNice place with a specific degree of history easily to reach. Traditional dishes friendlyshow original
It is a great place from a historic perspective, and the printed menus are wonderful...I wanted to buy one, but they weren't for sale...They have little vignettes and little jokes on them, lovely... T... read more »
Great food, good drinks, enjoyable atmosphere. Lots of seating, both indoors and outdoors. Wait staff are polite and pleasant. The only downside is that prices are somewhat high.
Incredible slow service, they forgot our order we had too wait incredible long and thay only a few customers. Food rather "industrial" , cold and with no taste. Last visit over there for sure there are a lot of more friendly restaurants in the area
I was very impressed with this restaurant. The service was good, atmosphere and location are excellent, food was good (lamb soup was truly amazing!) and the price was very reasonable. This will be my new goto place when people visit or I go out with friends. Note that even on a Tuesday night it was very busy so booking in advance is recommended.
Restaurant with a big and cosy garden in an historic building in the old town with live music. Service was fast and good, food was of good quality and tasty. We had a lamb knuckle for two which was just perfectly cooked.
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