Food and drink
While you can order dishes separately, diners usually plump for one of the seven-course evening tasting menus. There are three to choose from: contemporary Hungarian, international and vegetarian. The dishes are first-class in taste and presentation.
The restaurant is sharp in its design, with colours of gold and black. Nevertheless, the atmosphere is warm and relaxed; there’s an open kitchen.
Everyone I’ve spoken to has raved about the quality of the service.
On the lower section of the city’s main tourist street, it's a short distance from the Great Market Hall.
The contemporary Hungarian and international menus cost between 18,000 forints and 27,500 forints (depending upon whether you have wines and the cheese plate), while the vegetarian option starts at 13,000 forints. The à la carte lunch menu is surprisingly cheap - chestnut gnocchi for 1,990 forints, spare ribs for 2,400 forints, artichoke soup for 950 forints.
- Business travellers
- Culture vultures
- Mature travellers
- People watching