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The "crepes" are very good - different than the Romanian traditional pancakes - I recommend the salty ones.
I also liked that you can order good wine by the glass (which is hard to find in Bucharest, as most restaurants give you some poor quality...More
We just flew into Bucharest from London and needed an evening meal near the hotel. Seafood seemed the right meal before retiring.
The Harbour is not a complex restaurant with lots of different things on the menu. In fact, salmon done 10 ways sort of...More
The ambiance was average.only 2-3 tables were occupied ( considering the snowy weather). The service was good, but the food was bad. I ordered the beef soup, the broth was tasty, but the beef was cold, tough and not fresh! The main course was the...More
Have been in Bucharest since Friday, and eaten at a few places with mixed results but this has to be the worst food by far.
The service was slow and the food was poor, my wife had covered chicken which was tepid at best and...More
It is situated near Amzei square.
Aglio cream soup with croutons was very big and good.
Turkey breast în parmesan crust with mix vegetables was ok.
Serving was ok.
Parking places are very hard to find near it.
Prices aren't low.
The only problem was...More
We went out with our friend and had a nice meal. We had pasta carbonara (good, but nothing special), a Harbour salad (generous portion, but, again, ordinary). Our friends ordered ribs (ok, but they had better in other places) and burger, which looked nice, but...More