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Erickioff wrote a review Dec 2020
Arad, Romania17 contributions28 helpful votes
This was one of the best malls I’ve ever been to, the foodcourt is amazing , there you can ice skate , go on a boat, climb a climbing wall or ride a rollercoaster. ITS AMAZING!
Date of experience: May 2020
2 Helpful votes
Cristi S wrote a review Oct 2020
Bucharest, Romania6 contributions1 helpful vote
The best mall from Bucharest,also the biggest. Its pretty easy to get lost,cause its very huge. The cinema zone is kinda small tho.
Date of experience: November 2020
Stamatis B wrote a review Feb 2020
Chania Town, Greece303 contributions21 helpful votes
Huuuge mall with many stores! Experiences for kinds and many other staff, like restaurants, cafés and fast food. Top 3 in town!
Date of experience: February 2020
Owen M wrote a review Jan 2020
Cambridge, United Kingdom177 contributions80 helpful votes
First, let me get a matter of personal taste out of the way - I hate malls and almost everything about them. Cotroceni is typical and you either love the cacophony, the crowds, the formulaic shops (absolutely personality-free) and the feeling that you could be anywhere in the world from Brisbane through Bengaluru to Birmingham (UK and Alabama) or, as in my case, you are only there to shop with family and are anxious to escape. Our nephew recommended Al Wady and as we love Lebanese food, we thought we might as well try it. As feared it was indeed noisy and crowded and hardly a place to relax over a meal. The menu was ok but limited in variety, except in terms of starters - possibly reflecting a clientele that looks in for a snack rather than a full meal. A nice feature was a lady baking flat breads by the entrance. There were some rather inauthentic cocktails and a very limited range of beers, as well as the more usual drinks (alcoholic & non-alcoholic). The kafta and kebabs were average at best, the kafta in particular quite dry, served with soggy rice and a burnt tomato. I doubt the hummus was made on-site as it tasted like a mass-produced version with maybe too much tahini. Some of us had potatoes and the cartofi iuti sounded much more interersting than they actually proved to be. The cost was not cheap either - meal for 3 came in at €57 for four drinks, 2 starters and 3 main courses. These prices are comparable with (even slightly more expensive) than the much higher quality to be found at other Bucharest Lebanese restaurants like Piccolo Mondo. Service was rather perfunctory. I think "average" is the best score I can give the Al Wady as a restaurant in isolation - if I were to let my dislike of the atmosphere of malls influence me, my score would drop to "poor".…
Date of experience: January 2020
Ovidiana C wrote a review Jan 2020
Romania699 contributions133 helpful votes
Foodcourt is without design!! A lot of people in this mall, very crawdy, many custimers, but the mall is just if you really need something from here or of you leave in that area. Too many people in weekend in the mall, is like that people from that part of bucharest like it very much, that's why on weekend is too crawdy. I don t like to buy from this mall and i don t recomand it!…
Date of experience: December 2019