Food and drink
The focus is on traditional Hungarian food, although there’s the odd international choice too.
I enjoyed an excellent fish soup, brought to the table in its own little cauldron.
It’s as though you’ve entered a Hungarian home, with a hat-stand in the corner, a magnificent ceramic stove against one wall and a host of framed paintings cluttering the others. There’s also a garden. It’s all very relaxed, and there’s gypsy music in the evening.
The staff are personal and friendly.
It's a little way out of the centre, southwest of Castle Hill on the edge of the [node:173304]. You can get here by taking tram 59 from Moszkva tér to Vass Gereben utca.
It's good value - many main courses are less than 2,500 forints.
- Families with teenagers
- Sporty types
- Escaping the crowds
- No fuss
- Chilling out