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Eating Out

I've been trying to come up with a list of restaurants I've eaten at here in Tirana. I know I've missed some, and I'm sure I've got some of the spellings wrong, and there are others I've been to but I've no idea what they were called, but here they are in no particular order. If anyone has any suggestions of other places to try send them in.

Carlsberg, Metropolitan, Green House, Piazza, Chocolat, Eastana, Efendi, Royal, Juvenilja, Lion Park, Sofre e Ariut, Serendipity, Amsterdam,Berlin, Lulishte 1 Maji, Casa di Pasta, La Tavernetta, Rozafa, Ujvara, Divjaka, Gloria, Shvjek, Vila 31, Floga, Pusi, Noel, Vinum, Emblema, Ashiana, Amor, King House, Alcora, La Cantinella, Vila Logoreci, Xhokonda, Bacchus, La Mediteraneo

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Anonymous said…
Suggestions:

Try Lunder, it is in outskirts of Tirana. 7 Years ago when i was there it was really good.
our man said…
Any directions? I can look out for it though there aren't many restaurants that have survived that long.
Anonymous said…
I think this is the site for Lunder:
http://www.turisalba.com/narilunder/index.html

Another one i remember i used to go was the Pizza restaurant at Loro Borici at the stadium. Back then they made really good pizzas.
Jeroen said…
Have you been to Petro's Kitchen Club? It's quite something. http://www.inyourpocket.com/albania/tirana/where_to_eat/albanian/venue/32954-Petro_and_39;s_Kitchen_Club.html

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