Welcome To Mariuca

Atmosfera si serviciile sunt cele dintr-un restaurant de fine dining, preturile pe masura, dar este cel mai bun loc din Londra atunci cand vrei ceva deosebit va invitam la Restaurant Mariuca.
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Mititei or mici

(Romanian pronunciation: [mititei]) or mici (pronounced [mici], both Romanian words meaning “small ones”) is a traditional Romanian dish of grilled ground meat rolls made from a mixture of beef, lamb and pork with spices, such as garlic, black pepper, thyme, coriander, anise, savory, and sometimes a touch of paprika. Sodium bicarbonate and broth or water are also added to the mixture.It is best served accompanied by french fries, mustard and muraturi(Romanian pickles). A cold beer is a must for this very popular dish in Romania..

Carnati de Casa (Homemade Sausages) - Restaurant Mariuca

Frigarui – Skewers

Baked chicken skewers with vegetables. Assorted skewers baked in the oven or on a grill. A healthy and dietary recipe, perfect for protein.

Mix Grill (Ceafa, Piept de Pui, Mici, Carnati) - Restaurant Mariuca

Salata de vinete

Is a mashed eggplant salad made of grilled, peeled and finely chopped eggplants, sunflower oil and chopped onions. The eggplants are grilled until they are covered with black ash crust. The crust is cleaned off and the remaining cooked eggplant is mashed with a blunt, thick wooden cleaver (knife) on a wooden platter (popular belief has it that using a metal knife will turn the eggplant flesh black).

Cartofi Prajiti - Garnituri - Sides - Restaurant Mariuca

Mamaliga

Traditionally, is cooked by boiling water, salt and cornmeal in a special-shaped cast iron pot called ceaun or tuci. When cooked peasant-style and used as a bread substitute, mamaliga is supposed to be much thicker than the regular Italian polenta to the point that it can be cut in slices, like bread. When cooked for other purposes, mamaliga can be much softer, sometimes almost to the consistency of porridge. Because mamaliga sticks to metal surfaces, a piece of sewing thread can be used to cut it into slices instead of a knife; it can then be eaten by holding it with the hand, just like bread.

Salata Verde cu Lamaie (Green Salad with Lemon) - Restaurant Mariuca

Mamaliga

Mamaliga is often served with sour cream and cheese on the side (mamaliga cu branza si smantana) or crushed in a bowl of hot milk (mamaliga cu lapte). Sometimes slices of mamaliga are pan-fried in oil or in lard, the result being a sort of corn pone. Since mamaliga can be used as an alternate for bread in many Romanian, there are quite a few which either based on mamaliga are, or include it as an ingredient or side dish. Arguably, the most popular of them is sarmale (a type of cabbage roll) with mamaliga.Another very popular Romanian dish based on mamaliga is called bulz, and consists of mamaliga with cheese and butter and roasted in the oven

Mititei or mici

(Romanian pronunciation: [mititei]) or mici (pronounced [mici], both Romanian words meaning “small ones”) is a traditional Romanian dish of grilled ground meat rolls made from a mixture of beef, lamb and pork with spices, such as garlic, black pepper, thyme, coriander, anise, savory, and sometimes a touch of paprika. Sodium bicarbonate and broth or water are also added to the mixture.It is best served accompanied by french fries, mustard and muraturi(Romanian pickles). A cold beer is a must for this very popular dish in Romania..

Clatite cu Ciocolata (Pancakes with Chocolate) - Restaurant Mariuca

Sarmalute Sarmale

Are Romanian stuffed cabbage rolls traditionally served on Christmas and New Year’s Eve but also served throughout the year at weddings, baptism parties, and other large celebrations. Ground pork is mixed with sauteed caramelized onions and rice stuffed in a cabbage leaf, pickled sauerkraut leaf or grape leaf. For flavour, they usually consist of layers with smoked pork fat, smoked ribs, or smoked sausage.

Sarmalute cu Mamaliguta (Cabbage Rolls) - Restaurant Mariuca

Sarmalute Sarmale

The Romanian sarmale is a versatile dish, and the best way of consuming is reheated the next day.The flavour is different with an enhanced flavour. It can be prepared with a tomato base, dill base or combination. Sweet shredded cabbage layers in between the rolls of pickled cabbage leaves or sauerkraut layers in between of sweet cabbage leaves. The taste is significant different but still a great dish.

Fasole cu carnati

Is a very popular Romanian dish, consisting of baked beans and sausages. A variation replaces the sausages with smoked mea

Orange Juice - Soft Drinks - Restaurant Mariuca