Food and drink
The sprawling menu includes leg of hare, rack of lamb, ravioli filled with goose liver, spaghetti with octopus and much, much, much more. The restaurant has an adjacent wine shop; if you join the Wine Club, you can order wines in the restaurant for the price you’d buy the bottles in the shop (approximately 40% cheaper).
True to the spirit of an Italian trattoria, the atmosphere is informal and the décor villagey and rural in feel.
The service is friendly.
Between Erzsébet and Szabadság bridges in Pest, it's on the road running adjacent to the river.
The wide range of dishes means that there is some variation in price. I’d say the average main course is around the 3,000 forints mark, with pizzas about 2,500 forints. The starters are on the expensive side.
- Business travellers
- Families with teenagers
- Mature travellers