It seems the only selling point for this restaurant is that it has wine and beer. The cafeteria style line-up displayed starchy, unappealing foods and vegetables that were either so overcooked they were grey or so old they were turning brown. North Americans would be shocked by the poor quality. It's ironic that such a place would exist in one of the loveliest spots in Budapest - the Market Hall, which at that time of year (August) was bursting with fresh produce and great foods on the first floor. Avoid this place. There are plenty of wonderful places to eat in Budapest.
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