the service is pretty good also. The Harbour is a restaurant done out in 'maritime rustic' as its theme, the waiters are dressed up I what I can only describe as 'gay sailor' outfits, there's a plaster Admiral in 18th C uniform looking out at you with a spyglass. The widows are etched with a sailing ship in full sail. But, there's a no smoking area! In Romania! The wooden slatted chairs looked uncomfortable, and guess what? They were! But the food speaks for itself, and is really good quality. I had their antipasto - a generous helping of prosciutto cotto e crudo, with peppers to die for, lovely cheese and artichokes with some olives, zucchini and aubergine slices, and sundried tomatoes. It was delicious, but big. Next I ordered a stone cooked steak. I deliberately ordered it rare so I could finish it to my exact liking. No disappointment here, nor in the delicious potatoes in rosemary. I washed it down with local rosé wine. Service from my waiter was good, unfussy and helpful. I will come back here, and that's not something I say often in Bucharest. Free, no fuss WiFi.
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