Joben Bistro is literally out of this world – fairy and sensuous for all the steampunk lovers, this fantastic paradise is nothing but a regular pub, in Cluj Napoca, Romania. As you’ll discover here, there’s more than Dracula to this country and although its position in Eastern Europe suggests it’s a developing country (and it is!), there are dazzling places to explore here. The steampunk heaven we’re talking about is very trippy, and its first vibe is about looking as if it was taken straight out of a Wells or Verne novel. The three rooms adorned like a play of cozy and industrial design are going to anesthetize your reason while you’ll admire this symbiotic combination. To make it clear, the pub looks like a child between a pixie and a factory, a vibrant dichotomy of elements from theatrical installations to mechanical gears. It’s textbook astonishing, with a spooky glow both gruesome and charming, highlighted by Pink Floyd and Led Zepp music whimpering over the sensitive, yet mechanical mis en scene. The play of light, along with the music and the ornament, makes the feeling so real and confusing, that we’d only recommend this place to people who are able to manage highly dual feelings at once.