While the decor is more on the minimalist/practical side (with the notable exception of the bathroom, which is lavishly fitted - again, this is another point were they are light years ahead of the other A list restaurants in Bucharest), the food would definitely qualify for a 1 Michelin star. I've never seen a chef in Bucharest paying so much attention to details, ingredients and presentation, at least not for this kind of money. Another big plus: the waiter was quite polite and thoughtful - trust me, you will not find many like him in Bucharest. The wine list is short but good, featuring some good wines like the Rotemberg Ceptura 2008, arguably the best Romanian merlot. If you don't know what you want, just ask for the spoon tasting menu, which is a great idea.