Food and drink
The menu features modern creations that fuse Hungarian and international flavours. During my last visit, I had a sour-pickle soup to start and a main course of pork belly, made from mangalica (an ancient native breed of pig). Both were excellent. The restaurant is linked with the Hungarian Wine Society, and so there’s a decent range of wines and you can buy bottles to take away.
It’s a fairly small restaurant and the atmosphere is intimate and friendly.
Attentive and respectful - gets high marks all round.
On Andrássy út, it's in between Liszt Ferenc ter and the [node:173321]. Keep your eyes peeled because the restaurant is easily missed.
You’ll spend far less than you’d expect at a restaurant of this quality - a meal here is an absolute bargain. Main courses are around 2,000 forints.
Tables to book
You can’t book. Note that the restaurant isn’t enormous, so in peak periods you might need to wait at the bar area in the centre until a table becomes free.
- Business travellers
- First-time travellers
- Mature travellers