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If you want to eat a good breakfast and read an interesting book, then I recommend Readers Café.

It is a two-level lounge cafe bistro in Metropolis Business Center, from Iancu de Hunedoara.

Opened in March 2011, at Readers Café will meet extraordinary culinary experiences, unique style and good books.

The ground floor and part of the bistro café and upstairs is the lounge area with white leather sofas and a part of the bistro.

The place is tastefully arranged and the lounge area was what attracted me the most.


It puts more emphasis on guest comfort, the furniture very comfortable and pleasant to chill and very friendly and attentive waiters.

It's good to know that Readers Café is open every day from Monday to Saturday at 9:00.

Prices are acceptable, for example, costs 15 lei and cocktails are great, and the free alcohol are 8 lei, cheaper even as the Old Town.

For coffee, prices start at lei 6-7 and go up to 9 or 12 lei lei special ones (frappe, Irish cream coffee), soft drinks are 5 lei, "long drinks" (Cuba Libre, Mojito, etc.) between 11 and 15 lei.

The beer prices start at 8 lei and go up to 12 lei: Corona, Heineken, Urquel, Asahi, Bavaria.
If you opt for a glass of wine, 9 lei, and for a bottle of wine - about 30 or 35 RON.

The menu is composed of rustic omelet, salad, butter, honey, mini viennoiserie, toast, tea / coffee and orange juice.

Of course, you can chose croissant with ham and Emmental on 16 RON, croissant with smoked salmon and cream cheese for the price of 20 RON, scrambled eggs with vegetables and bacon York 13 lei.

Readers Café can prepare you in any style eggs for 4 RON, can offer a simple butter croissant at the same price or can offer a selection of mini pastries (mini viennoiserie) to 6 RON.

Salads start at 7 lei and get up to 35 lei, pasta start at 15 lei and go up to 25 lei.
Here, you can find and sushi, at prices: 27-95 lei.



Autor: IRINA B.

Sursa photo: travelbank.ro

Published in: mai 2013
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