Just had a long week end in Budapest and stumbled across this restaurant on Friday night searching for a place to eat having overslept our 8pm reservation at another restaurant. It was packed and the manager/owner spent sometime telling us he had just opened and that he would be happy to see us the next night and he would book a table. We returned and as a result of a truly fantastic meal, ambience, wine and atmosphere we went back on Sundat night too! The food is Jewish but with a twist. Its not bland or non descript, but with real taste, texture and presentation. The Schnitzel I ordered was the best I have ever eaten and my mother from Austria will not be pleased to here this! We spent upto 3 hours talking,eating and drinking and never once felt like we had to leave despite it being very busy. The bill was also amazing for 2 people after many refills of red wine, £30 ish. A superb restaurant with very friendly, helpful staff who couldn't have made our visit any more special.
The art deco made it a very quirky but romantic venue even though it doesn't set itself out to be. Great lighting, tables and experience. I would go again and again and I am utra fussy about where I eat.
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