Food and drink
The menu features international choices and dishes that offer a modern twist on Hungarian cuisine. The quality of the food is excellent. Dishes include chicken-stuffed pancake with a creamy paprika sauce, and duck steak with oyster mushrooms. There’s even a selection of 'healthy' options for those counting the calories, a Saturday three-course lunch and a Sunday brunch (each for 6,490 forints).
The restaurant is spacious, airy and contemporary in style, with some painted icons on the walls. There’s a relaxed atmosphere, with live music from a grand piano.
I’ve always found the service top drawer.
It's in the [node:171200], next to the [node:173329] at the heart of the [node:173302].
The price is quite reasonable, given the standard of the fare; mains range from 2,100 forints to 6,900 forints and starters from 2,300 forints to 4,500 forints. On Saturdays you can select a three-course lunch from the menu of the day for 6,490 forints, while for the same price on Sunday between noon and 3pm you can eat all you like at the restaurant’s buffet brunch.
Tables to book
It must, must, must be one of the window tables.
- Business travellers
- Culture vultures
- Mature travellers
- Live entertainment