Sorry guys, but this place its been closed for few mounths. Since it closed even 150 characters wont change nothing.
Our hotell (Le Meriden) recomanded this restaurant. We told them we had to try Hungarian "Gullash soup". The restaurang was almoust empty, with only 6 persons. We got a cosy table for 2, and orderd Hungarian beer and Gullash soup. The food was great, and cheap. There was a band playing there, with violin. They played at our table, and... More
We went here by accident as the place we wanted to go was booked up. However, we enjoyed the food and the music so much. The fish soup was very delicious. We also ordered the grill spareribs and the veggie pasta. Both were delicious. The pasta wad a bit salty though. The waitress was so friendly and considerate. the band... More
Good service and fantastic food along with good wine recommendations and cheerful music. Enjoy a glance to the roaring turn of the century in the awesome ambiente. I recommend the degustation menu for 10000 huf,which equals 35 euros. Five courses that will soothe and caress your taste buds. Also try the Hungarian rose sparkling wine which fits the menu like... More
We went here as a group of 8. The overall feel of the restaurant was really nice, traditional Hungarian with live musicians. The menu offered a wide selection of food, with good descriptions in English. The food was nice, but unfortunately was let down by poor service, after ordering we waited over an hour for our food with no explanation... More
This restaurant is a great example where you will find the traditional flavours put on a plate in a new presentation, still with a slightly elegant style and old fashioned charm. From late spring till late fall you can have a lighter lunch on a walking street terasse they have. Great choice.
The restaurant had a festive atmosphere and the staff were friendly and helpful. Food was of a good quality and the meal was reasonably priced.
Don't eat here...manager and waiters are totally crazy! I was there one week ago with my 7 friends. My friend wanted to pay dinner for all of us but the waiter said that they don't accept credit cards.so our friend had to go to the ATM...the ATM didn't work, so he had to go to another ATM that was 20... More
portions are quite big. I was a early eater, pricing is good for the kwality. live music was a bit too much for me alone. nice but weird if you are the only guest till main dish.
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