Food and drink
There are Hungarian and contemporary European selections on the menu, ranging from goose liver to Dover sole.
The atmosphere is relaxed in the narrow, arching restaurant. Its whitewashed walls are adorned with images of the pantomime clown that gives the place its name. A pianist plays in the background.
The service has been fine during my visits.
It's at the northern end of Fortuna utca in the Castle District, and a short distance from the [node:173329].
Café Pierrot isn’t the cheapest of restaurants (although that’s not unusual in the [node:173302] where prices are at a premium); expect to pay up to 5,000 forints for a main course.
- Business travellers
- Escaping the crowds
- Live entertainment