Food and drink
The food is good - the chef once worked at [node:172573] - and focuses on modern European cuisine (with French and Mediterranean influences to the fore). The menu changes seasonally.
It’s pretty relaxed. The restaurant is a cheerful place, with bright-coloured walls and theatrical paraphernalia dotted all around (including stage spotlights strung from the ceiling). The summer courtyard is particularly pleasant in the evening, once the heat of the day has passed.
I've always found the service perfectly efficient.
In the [node:173302], just a hundred metres to the right of the palace and the upper station of the funicular railway.
Main courses generally fall in the 3,500–5,000 forints bracket, but there’s a good value three-course lunch menu for 4,000 forints.
- Culture vultures
- Families with teenagers
- Mature travellers