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We went to The Ace for dinner based on the glowing 4.5 rating on Trip Advisor. We were 3 couples and after ordering drinks and dinner we sat outside on a warm July night. My husband and I ordered Certified Angus beef burgers and one...of our friends ordered the fish and chips. Our burgers were mushy and grey in colour and definitely not Angus beef. Do not advertise Certified Angus beef if it is clearly not. Our friend who ordered fish and chips found the fish so salty he could not eat it. We drew the waiter's attention to it and he said the cook was new. He offered us desserts on the house but we declined. We had to ask for the fish and chips to be removed from the bill. The waiter complied.
This is not the restaurant with great food that the reviews imply. The restaurant was not busy and service was still slow. We had had a lovely dinner the night before so there are better restaurants for sure.More
I’ve been here for the first time with my friends because we saw the 5stars reviews on TripAdvisor. But I must tell there’s nothing similar between the reviews and the location itself.
Awful service, we’ve waited for our food for more than 30 minutes even...the restaurant was almost empty and when we wanted to order something hot to ask there was nobody to ask, because the waiters weren’t even outside to make sure to need anything or if it’s everything alright.
Definitely not coming backMore
Quieter because it's on a side street, leaving the madding crowd to others. Cold beer, and a very good hamburger, not something easily found in Bucharest. Inside, this place was designed and built from the ground up as a restaurant, not a make over. There...is a rooftop deck, but we didn't investigate it. Given the excellent main dining area, the rooftop should be very good.More
We ordered chicken, turkey and pork and they were burnt, almost not edible.
I would like to add the fact that these were separate dishes, I can understand a mistake... but three?
Yet you charge people almost 40 RON for a burnt dish, are you...serious?