The Romanian Pavilion is located near the “Saints Stefan The Great and Necktarios” Romanian Orthodox Church. The Church is one of the oldest churches in Oshawa, established in 1916!
Visit our Pavilion to try one of Romania’s national dishes, Skinless Sausages-Mititei. They are little sausages made from ground meat without casings, lots of spices, grilled and served with mustard.
Interesting Facts about Skinless Sausages-Mititei
Skinless Sausages is a cultural identity dish, called either mititei or mici, meaning “little ones” in Romanian.
The legend of mititei/mici dates to the early 1900’s. The story goes that a chef from a small restaurant in the Lipscani art district of Bucharest (the Romanian capital) ran out of sausage casings. Instead of sending all his customers home unhappy and hungry, he decided to roll the minced meat up and cook them on the grill. This happy accident was a great success and is now considered the National dish in Romania!
Method of Payment: Cash, Debit card and Credit card VISA/Mastercard.
Pavilion Accessibility: free parking , access to bathrooms.
Location: 261 BLOOR ST E
Phone Number: (289) 314-0894
Date: Friday, June 23rd
Show Times: 8:00PM & 9:00PM