The place is very dated in an old Hungarian way but is a pleasant surprise when you get to the food. My husband ordered the chicken paprikash and I had the veal paprikash and both had the Hungarian goulash soup. When we tasted the soup we found it lacking in paprika flavour and some of the meat was a bit tough. But when we got our individual paprikash dishes we were amazed at the difference from the soup. The meats were very tender, with a tasty paprikash sauce along with the spaetzle which was amazing. We would not hesitate to go again!
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