Wednesday, September 05, 2012

La Placinte for Three

 Sean's first meal in country, despite being a day late getting in, was at La Placinte.  Might as well introduce him to Moldovan food right away.  The stuff in the large pitcher is kompot, a drink made of fruit, and in the small is locally made wine.  Sean had mici, a kind of local ground meat sausage.  I had chicken crepes which were rather bland and also low on chicken.  Lots of bechemel sauce, though!  Andreas had the big platter with mamaligia and lots of pork.  He also had a Greek salad.

Food at La Placinte is plentiful and cheap, even if not spectacularly seasoned.

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