The place here is one of the prettiest of bucharest, food is so tasty and the waiter (Lazar Christian) was one of the best I have ever met 😊😊😊😊
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...I wasn't very lucky with my food. The pastrami (por) was full of cartilage and the dish (a main dish) wasn't worth its price. Even though my cousin liked her food and we enjoyed the evening because of the beautiful surrounding and the nice service......More
Visited as a group to this old caravanserai (1808) on a midweek evening. Many groups visit this popular restaurant. Our menu was fixed with 3 courses, a glass of wine and a bottle of water. Waiters efficient, food just above average, felt a bit rushed....More
I had a very unpleasant experience at this restaurant even if it is one of the most famous restaurants in Bucharest. I have initially booked in a table of 4 and has been confirmed by phone and then I called few hours later to ask...More
Very good food with average service level by friendly staff - not the quickest to wait on your table but fairly typical of service attention by restaurant staff in Romania. Cost of the food is slightly high.
This restaurant was just around the corner from the Rembrandt Hotel, where we stayed. A historic location as the Treaty between Russia and the Ottoman Empire was signed there in 1812. We booked a table as it seemed very busy when we called in mid-afternoon...More
The service was careless. The dishes are not really Romanian and more industrial/fast food type than restaurant style.