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There aren’t many reasons to venture to the end of Colentina neighborhood, unless you want to have some authentic Turkish food – and Edessa, strategically placed close to the Middle Eastern expat communities, makes sure you’re in the right place, offering a nice, casual and accessible local feel. Edessa Kebap is a house special, as it combines all varieties – simple, spicy, and garlicky. If you want to switch to a more home-cooking feel, go for the Saç Kavurma – a mix of beef and veggies fried and then simmered in their own juices in a Turkish “wok” pan. As for desserts, we reccomend the Künefe, a noodle type pastry filled with cheese, drenched in syrup and topped with pistachios. Discover more about <a href=" https://go-mio.ro/bucuresti/restaurant/edessa" target="_blank"><b>Edessa</b></a> on our new local gastronomy platform. Here you can also find reviews for other <a href="https://go-mio.ro/cautare-restaurant/ "target="_blank"> <b>restaurants</a></b> from our extended community, as well as Romanian <a href="https://go-mio.ro/cautare-vin/" target="_blank"><b>wines</a></b> reviews – all carefully selected following our guide’s international standards.


Șoseaua Colentina, nr. 281


+40 735 636 363
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