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If you go out of the city and drive north past the airport, you will see an unassuming neon sign inviting you to dine and/or celebrate your wedding at Vatra Neamului. Once you enter the place, the historic coat of arms of Moldova will be the first of many quirky symbols of the East that will mark your dining experience. The menu is overwhelming both in length and in heartiness: dumplings, smoked fish and serious meats cooked in the Eastern tradition beg for shots of schnapps and Moldavian wine. Don’t miss the freshly baked pies (mushrooms, cabbage or cheese), the Shuba salad and the Polenta Bear – all are truly representative of the simple, heavy and cheerful cuisine that Moldova has to offer.
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