Retailer launches pop-up culinary museum of Romanian regional dishes

German retailer Lidl has announced a new project in Romania: the Romanian Pantries Museum (Muzeul Camarilor Romanesti), the first pop-up culinary museum that presents the history of local regional dishes, inviting visitors to taste the exhibited food, according to

The Romanian Pantries Museum will be split into two areas, namely the museum area and the tasting area. While the first area will include spaces dedicated to each region of Romania, the tasting area will give visitors the chance to try special Romanian dishes.

The museum will stay open at Bucharest’s Cotroceni National Museum between September 8 and September 10. Then, it will make a tour of big Romanian cities, with stops in Timisoara (October 13-15, at Bastionul Theresia), Sibiu (October 27-29, at Brukenthal Museum), and Cluj-Napoca (November 10-12, at Bastionul Croitorilor).


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