We had rainy day in Budapest and we stopped at first restaurant to hide and eat. We took touristic menu-very tastful dishes and very good apple cake.
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Party of four from the start the service was poor,we had to sit quite a while before anyone came to take our order.we ordered a bottle of wine,one beer and a large bottle of water with lime.the beer came the water came minus the lime,no...More
The food we had was average. We ordered a bottle of wine, two glasses of wine appeared, we asked how much was the bottle and they said 'same price' so we ordered one. It came to table opened, so who knows what wine it was....More
We chose to eat here one evening on the way back to our hotel. We were greeted on the pavement and shown to a table. As we were 5, another table was added to a larger one. The food was relatively straightforward - salads, some...More
Called in for lunch at this restaurant. Good service, value and atmosphere. I had the Gnocchi Salmon pasta dish, delicious. My partner had Chicken sandwich, chips and salad. Very enjoyable would go again.
We stopped at Paul's late one night while returning to our hotel after roaming around Pest. The friendly service was an immediate draw. Paul's has its own cocktail menu with some pleasingly unique concoctions that hit the spot. We returned for dinner two nights later...More
We had dinner at Paul's, looking for a quiet local weekday meal. It was simply one of the worst meals I have ever had! I ordered the Paul's veggie burger and what arrived was a burger bun, with mayo, lettuce and a drippy slice of...More
Stopped here for a quick drink. The waitress was friendly and drinks were fine. A little expensive for what we ordered. Decided not to stop for food as nothing on the menu we fancied.
Visited here on our last night. We were the only customers in there. The place is small however. One barman and one waitress who were very attentive and couldn't ask for more. I had the famous ghoulish soup which was very nice, but watery. A...More