... which happens to be in my hometown.
Portions are huge, so get yourself prepared, don't eat much during the day of your visit, you will not be disappointed. They speak English and German, I have added their website and phone number. I think they are open until 10pm, closed on Sunday.This is really what a Csarda should be, also it is 5 min off the main square. Try their hock, it is the best. But before, during and after 'rinse' your throat with the Kecskemeti Barackpalinka - practice the pronunciation before - which is the local speciality,(apricot palinka) take the honey version which is only 35% alc. Bon Appétit!!
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