Moldova Food and Drink
There are plenty of small restaurants and coffee shops. The service tends to be slow, but the cuisine is delicious, with a range of traditional national dishes and European food.
• Mititeyi (small grilled sausages with onion and pepper).
• Mamaliga (thick, sticky maize pie) which is served with brinza (feta cheese).
• Tocana (pork stew) should be tried with sweet-and-sour watermelons and apples.
5 to 10% will be gladly accepted.
There are more than 100 varieties of excellent wines produced in Moldova.
White wines include Aligote, Riesling and Sauvignon.
Moldovan Cabernet and Merlot are noteworthy reds.
Doina or Nistru brandy is an ideal accompaniment with desserts.