We needed a place to eat prior to going into St Stephens. There were several bars/cafes on the square close to the church. My guess is this place is probably known more for its bar scene than for its food. The menu was very "intercontinental" with quesadillas, hamburger sliders, Cesar salads, and pasta; not the typical fare in most restaurants in BUdapest. My daughter was in the mood for french fries and as they served them, so we decided to give it a try. My pasta was simple and fine, but everyone else was disappointed in their meal. We established the rule: "Do not order quesadillas in Budapest"! after dining here. It is not one of the more difficult Mexican dishes so we thought it would be safe. Tortillas and cheese. But they used gruyere cheese! Ack! The service was slow, but kind. Our waitress seemed to know that the food really wasn't that good. It is a great location, and probably a fine option for drinks, but skip the food! Over an 18 day trip, the whole family agreed that this was our least favorite meal.
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