Harmony Terrace

Promoting itself as “continental cuisine”, Harmony Terrace is more specifically a Romanian restaurant. Located on 41st street, just north of Greenpoint Avenue, it offers a relatively upscale dining experience.

Harmony Terrace

Harmony Terrace

There is in fact a bar,  but this is not your typical “bar & grill.” There are many intimate 2-person tables, white cloth, and a generally more upscale atmosphere (although certainly not super fancy or anything like that).

Timisoreana beer

Timisoreana beer

There is a large selection of alcohol – not just beer and wine (a full wine list), but also various liquors. We tried this classic Romanian beer (Timisoreana; $5), which comes in these large 500 mL bottles, and is very good!

Pickled vegetables

Pickled vegetables

There is a variety of pickled items available, including these pickled mixed vegetables ($5). The portion was surprisingly large (in fact, we weren’t able to finish it and took the rest  home – this picture is after we already ate all we could!). And the pickling on these is very good – better than at Romanian Garden.

Breaded chicken with vegetables

Breaded chicken with vegetables

This classic eastern European dish ($11) consists of two large breaded chicken pieces. The meat was great, and I couldn’t have asked for more. Each entree comes with a choice of side: vegetables (seen here), polenta, mashed potatoes, or french fries.

Chicken leg with garlic sauce

Chicken leg with garlic sauce

This chicken leg with (potent) garlic sauce was priced unusually higher than most of the other dishes, at around $15. It’s seen here with polenta on the side – but even with that, they still add a few pickled vegetables on the side. Like the breaded chicken, it was well-cooked and delicious. Overall a very good dinner at Harmony Terrace!

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