Yes Tony. It's in that little parade between Natura Palace, and Rubicon Palace. Do try their stuffed eggs, or homemade pate for starters... the pate is REALLY creamy! I had mititei for main - which is veal, pork and goat sausages... much like the spicy Greek sausages. It came with fries, which I didn't particularly enjoy. Alan had veal, which melted in the mouth, and our two friends had cabbabe rols... which again were lovely - but I wasd glad I chose what I did. 110 for 4 of us (including a tip), and that was for a starter each, main course eac, 2 desserts, and two rounds of drinks. Oh yeah... and the glasses of wine are more lie buckets - which of course pleased me!
Manea Bar is just stunning. Inside is like being in an ice-cave. Outside is lots of low comfy seating, and hanging chairs (I don't know what you would call them). The spirits were around 7 - but they were premium spirits. Wine and beer was extremely reasonable considering the stunning surroundings. Just come out of the restaurant, and go down the stairs. It's there on the left. Real grass in there too. I resisted the urge to run barefoot around it
We'll definitely be going there more often.