Varosligeti to, Budapest, 1146
- Recommended for:
- Business travellers, Couples, Foodies, Relaxation, Romance
Expert review of Robinson
It’s not the cheapest place, but I love Robinson’s location and character. At its core is a glass-sided pavilion, while outside is a sprawling terrace with wood-decked walkways and tables set beneath large umbrellas. It makes a lovely spot from which to enjoy a meal and the view of the ducks messing about on the lake.
The food is good, featuring a mixture of Hungarian dishes and international choices; specialities include pork cutlet with creamy spinach, and grilled camembert with a fruit salad. You can also stop here just for a drink or an ice-cream.
There’s something of a Mediterranean atmosphere to the Robinson - more because of the decking and the water than anything else. The fireplace inside makes it cosy in winter, while in summer the terrace is popular and lively.
Generally I’ve found the service good, although on one occasion it was perfunctory - let’s assume it was an off day...
It's anchored on a small island jutting out into the lake at City Park. Heroes’ Square, the Szechenyi Baths and the Museum of Fine Arts are on its doorstep.
Appetisers hover around the 3,000 forints mark, and you can assume a main course will set you back between 3,500 forints and 6,500 forints.
More information on Robinson:
- Price guide:
- Ice-cream parlour, Restaurant
- Varosligeti to, Budapest, 1146
- 1 422 0222
- Lunch, Dinner
- Opening times:
- Daily noon-5pm, 6pm-midnight.
- Accepts Credit Cards: