Romanian restaurants in Transdniestr
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Prokhlada This cavernous, sombre but friendly space is the best place in town for a meal or drink. Choose from six kinds of cognac as you view sports matches on a large TV screen. Dancing is encouraged, but often lonely. According to the sign outside you are not allowed to take in hand grenades, guns or gas bottles. But don't worry – that's just the old Transdniestran sense of humour in action!
The offputting green and glass exterior hides a 'fairy-tale' place with half-hearted castle décor geared toward children, and a large Moldovan menu. The summer terrace faces the river.