The restaurant is closed in the summer so I tried the simpler version, the osteria. I have to say the food is innovative yet still keeps its classic roots. I had a fantastic primo polpo dish and very good pig cheek as secondo and an amazing tiramisu to end. The octopus dish was better than the one I had the night before at 1 Michelin star restaurant Costes Downtown. Don't miss this great place when you are in Budapest.
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