One of the first restaurants to pop up in Dorobanți, Grano has built its solid reputation steadily over the past ten years. Having started as an Italian deli, by popular demand it turned into a restaurant serving traditional Italian food with a focus on the country’s northern cuisine. This doesn’t mean you won’t find here a fine carbonara, or burrata straight from Puglia. But it does mean that their Piedmontese chef is more at home when cooking pasta with homemade basil pesto or his signature dish, ravioli with truffle and parmesan and leek sauce. Oh, and although the vibe is relaxed and casual, this is a ‘no pizza’ kind of Italian restaurant.