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Cocosu Rosu Restaurant

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Cocosu Rosu Restaurant with traditional romanian food. It's open between 8:00 to 20:00 from monday to friday. Visit www.cocosurosu.ro to find more information about this well-known chain of restaurants in Bucharest.

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