Given that more than 60% of the population here are purportedly smokers, and smoking has the unfortunate side effect of dulling ones ability to taste, I would think that prepared foods would be more flavorful in Romania, but that is generally not the case. I was relieved to find this restaurant by accident. The food at this bistro is the most complex I have had here. The service is adequate, and the food is fresh, tasty, and inexpensive. I am especially fond of the fattoush and the kafta speciale. The terrace is nice, if a little slanted, and is usually crowded. The only downside is the racket from Divan's belly dancers across the street, which is very loud and sort of distracting, even from a distance.