Romania on a platter: The new Romanian cuisine you need to experience

Bucharest, Romania (CNN) — In Romania, food isn't served merely to temper hunger and delight the palate but to teach visitors something about a culture they may not know well.
While the trend is strongest in Bucharest, it's not exclusive to the capital. Sibiu, Brașov and other cities are quickly following suit.
At the confluence of Southeastern Europe, bordered by the Black Sea and blessed by the beautiful Carpathian Mountains, Romania takes advantage of its abundant agrarian origins and flaunts seasonal ingredients in showstopping dishes.
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