Altho K is rated by TA, we found it through other sources. It was our last night in Budapest and we wanted lighter Italian instead of heavier Magyar. We got exactly what we wanted, and then some. Anja ordered a salad with some broiled pecorino...wonderful. Then a home made tortelloni stuffed with goose liver and a truffle sauce. Actually extraordinary. I had a nice green salad with some tomatoes (I got one, then begged another bite of Anja's cheese) and followed with osso buco...fantastic, not too heavy with a perfect creamy polenta. The thing about the food was not only that it was excellent, enough in itself, but that the flavors were unusual. Sometimes you're just looking for something you love to be done just the way you remember, sometimes you're looking to be surprised. Krizia did both. The owner is allegedly Italian, but the staff we saw was all Hungarian and spoke neither Italian nor English, which meant asking for things was a bit 'hunt and peck'. But, their hearts were clearly in the right place. And their cook (also the owner?) deserves an award of some sort. Before I forget, the wine we ordered, after finding our first choice no long existed (the same thing happened with my first choice of entree, but perhaps just as well!) was the best Hungarian we had on our trip...something called Ikon, or Icon, by Evangalista. K is small....so reserve and prepare yourself for a treat (and be patient with the staff, unless you speak Hungarian).
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