For our last night in Budapest we decided to take a chance on this place despite the fact that there were other restaurants rated more highly in the neighborhood near the Chain Bridge. We were tempted by the wonderful jazz wafting in the air, and just wanted to make the meal last as long as possible, lingering before conceding that we had to go back to real life the next day. What a great decision! While this is not haute cuisine, the food was well prepared, flavorful, reasonably priced and plentiful. It was nice that they had little symbols on the menu for vegetarian dishes, and one of them, the Papardelle with wild forest mushrooms, was more than adequate, it was delicious. Maybe I was just ready and able to enjoy the food so much because the music was so wonderful--but, in the end, who cares, as long as the entire experience was pleasurable. We both had mango daiquiris, and they were good too. My husband enjoyed himself as well, and he is not easily impressed. The only negative was the confused, and dare I say it, less than intelligent server (a blonde woman with her hair up in a clip and dangly earrings) who was clueless. Again, nothing much mattered, because the evening was so enjoyable and we didn't mind that the waitress forgot about us for a while, it just meant that we could listen to the next set of music! If you are looking for the consummate gourmet meal, this is not your place, but if you're looking for a place to relax, have a casual meal and listen to some nice jazz, then this is where you can enjoy yourself, just around the corner from the Four Seasons, Gresham Palace Hotel.
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