Food and drink
The bistro serves refined versions of Hungarian dishes, including carpaccio of mangalica pig (the traditional Hungarian breed), crispy goose leg and chicken goulash. The quality is excellent.
The bistro is intimate in size and informal in atmosphere, with an accordion player entertaining diners. It’s light and airy - indeed, a not infrequent criticism is that it’s a touch too bright for those after a romantic evening meal.
The staff are efficient and knowledgeable.
On the ground floor of the [node:171334] on the Great Boulevard, it's a short distance from Andrássy út and the bars of Liszt Ferenc tér.
Given the quality, I reckon the prices are reasonable. The main courses average about 3,700 forints, while the mangalica carpaccio starter will set you back 1,700 forints.
- Business travellers
- Escaping the crowds
- Chilling out