Food and drink
The primary fare is Hungarian - with choices like goulash and Gypsy-style pork cutlet - although there are some international options too. My steak was deliciously tender, and the portions will satisfy those with hearty appetites.
The steak with goose liver and potatoes is a perennial favourite.
A spiral staircase carries you below street level to the vaulted brick cellar. There’s a vibrant atmosphere, with a talented gypsy band for entertainment.
The service is very good.
It's anchored at the tourist heartland - on Váci utca, on the segment between Vörösmarty tér and Szabad sajtó utca.
It's good value, particularly in light of the portion sizes. You’ll get a filling two courses and a beer for less than 5,000 forints.
- Culture vultures
- Families with teenagers
- Mature travellers
- Live entertainment
- People watching