Romanian poet, revolutionary and raconteur Mircea Dinescu’s latest culinary adventure is this classy and rather big place in the Old Town. As much a showcase for the (very good) wines Dinescu produces on his country estate as anything else, the food is good: a selection of traditional Romanian dishes given a playful twist, with a big focus on game. Indeed, just about everything served here comes from Dinescu's own estate. The roasted duck with cabbage and the courgette patties are our particular favourites on the menu: look out for the daily specials (chalked up on a blackboard) too. The prices are decent enough - although not cheap, but quality this high never can be - and the place is charmingly decorated (look out for the quirky signs for the loos, made from Lego). You will want to stay way after you have finished your meal.