Tired and hungry after long hours of walking, this restaurant give me back the soul and energy. Serving local Hungarian food, u can try their sirloin of deer. Ask medium rare or according to your taste, they will serve u right.
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A multi lingual venue on the main pedestrian street, yes it is touristy but a safe bet especially for the unadventurous. The crispy duck is exactly that, crisp skin yet moist meat. Touristy doesn't always mean cheap or average. We felt this was quite good
I don't have any opinion about the food, just want to say how perfect was the manager's mustache. As shinny as eagle wings flying through a boreal auror in a february month of the most lightfull year since decades. The food was ok, but too...More
My Husband ordered the Tourist (3 course) menu number 2 (£15 ish) which was lovely. I ordered the chicken crepe to start then the veal with cottage cheese pasta. The meat melted in my mouth and was delicious! My husbands dessert was advertised as 'sponge...More
I had the tourist menu which gave me a chance to try a few Hungarian dishes. The beef soup was small but tasty, the crispy duck was fab and the chocolate spongy creamy thing was delightful. I'd barely finished one dish when the next came...More
Wild boar goulash for me and shoulder of pork for my wife washed down with wheat beer and followed with Irish coffee and brandy. A really simple enjoyable meal. Staff were polite and not overbearing, perhaps a little slow,but on balance good and knew the...More