We had typical Hungarian delicatessen for desserts. One was chestnuts "noodles" and another Sólon (sponge cakes)
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We had a fixed luncheon of matzo ball soup, bean and beef entree and chocolate layer cake included with the tour. I did not care for the entree at all. WE all sat upstairs together at a long table. It was noisy and just not...More
This was our go-to place during a long stay in Budapest. The staff are friendly, helpful and professional. The food is traditional Hungarian or Jewish, cooked well. The piano player is excellent and so much better than loud piped music.
Went for dinner. No problems getting a table although it was busy. Lovely surroundings. It was like we have stepped through time. good service. A lovely choice of food. We loved the pianist. So much atmosphere. The food was very good and large portions too....More
The owner Tal came to visity our table. He provided wonderful suggestions. The stuffed cabbage was the best I've ever had and the item I use for comparison to other cafes. Location is in the Jewish Quarter and close to the key locations to visit....More
On Friday nights, the Spinoza Cafe has a 3 course dinner and an hour long Klezmer concert in their auditorium. The hour long concert was outstanding, with a nice variety of historical and more modern pieces of music. The four piece band and singer were...More
Spinoza Cafe ... is not just a simple Jewish , ancient cafe-Restaurant ...is vibrant ... the furniture are stylish and perfect with the main theme of the local ... the kitchen style is traditional the hummus was amazing , creamy and tasty the pita well...More
The food is great (I had the Goose breast, hummus, and goulash). The waiters are helpful and friendly. The music is great as well, really interesting place. Would go again.