Food and drink
In my experience, the food is good but not outstanding. You can choose from Hungarian and international dishes, with daily specials handwritten on a roll of paper attached to the wall.
The restaurant has the flavour of an old-fashioned bistro, with neat wall lamps, terracotta colours and diners reading newspapers over lunch. In truth, I suspect that Café Kör’s popularity has as much to do with its ambience as its food.
The service is friendly and efficient.
It's very central, on the quiet Sas utca a short distance from [node:173318].
The menu falls within the medium price band, with main courses around 2,500 forints to 4,500 forints. Note that credit cards are not accepted.
- Business travellers
- First-time travellers
- Seasoned travellers