Eleven of us were touring Budapest and looking for a place to have a light lunch after a long morning of sight-seeing. We stopped in here because, for one, the menu featured vegetarian dishes that some of us preferred; and, two, because the staff would be able to seat us at two tables near one another. The food was good: I had the salad with the grilled goat cheese and garlic-tinged baguette; my husband had the cheese plate; others among us had the soup, and some tried the meat dishes. Overall, the reports were positive, and the staff members were friendly. (The server did forget my husband's request for a cappuccino, but at least it wasn't on the bill when it came.)
All in all, this is a good place to stop in for lunch--nothing exceptional, but certainly above acceptable.
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