Have visited twice for dinner and on both occasions the food was very tasty.
On the first evening we started with langos topped with Manx queenies and Hortobagyi pancake.
For mains we had tongue in carrot sauce and Hungarian traditional dumplings for me and chicken paprikas also with the dumplings for my partner. Desert is a must for me and this time we shared Gundel crepes with walnut and chocolate sauce, very yummy.
May not look as warm and inviting from outside but once we got in we were welcomed by a friendly host , and once we tasted the food we were definitely coming back for more.
Great value for money, highly recommended.
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