This place is all about the risotto. They have some interesting choices like pumpkin, which was super sweet and almost tasted like cantaloupe. The ambiance is nice, and honestly was filled more with locals than tourists, so that's a nice touch for a restaurant in the castle district, but it was for the most part forgettable besides the gimmick. It was also on the salty side. I found most of Budapest to run salty, so maybe it was a cultural thing, but just something I noticed.
Breakfast was a decent spread, but nothing to write home about. The long coffee (American style) was horrible. Had better coffee in a 7/11. Probably the worst thing I had during my entire trip. It was nice to see some eggs & pancakes, but the fresh yogurt was great. Little thinner than American style, but great with their fresh peach marmalade and odd muesli with chocolate pieces and what I can only describe as cocoa puffs the size and shape of the candy nerds.