This is my joint favourite restaurant in Eger, sitting just on the edge of the town centre. It is not easy to spot from the road but it doesn't need to be, it's reputation means that people who want find it will.
The first thing that hits you as you enter is the decor. It is a hunting themed restaurant with dozens of trophies mounted on the walls. There are even dining chairs made from antlers and covered in sheepskins.
The service is excellent. You are met as you enter and your coats taken from you and hung in the cloak room then you are shown to a table of your choice. If you require a little privacy there is a small room which seats around 8 people just off the main reastaurant at the end of the bar. The waiters are efficient and polite, the down side is that they don't speak a great deal of English but the menu is written in Hungarian, English and German so ordering isn't a problem. There is a good choice of food available with a tendency towards wild game. My personal favourite is the wild piglet soup to start and saddle of venison for my main course ( I can't usually manage a dessert).There is also a good wine list and an extensive choice of palinkas (Hungarian spirit). When your food arrives you won't be disappointed with the presentation or quantity.
In the evenings there is a pianist to add to the atmosphere.
Overall, the Feher Szarvas offers excellent value for money. It offers something different in a small town with a great deal of competition.
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