We found this restaurant by chance (well, Google actually) - and revisited it twice on the same week - while on holiday in Budapest.
It does not seem much when you enter the place, but then you realize you don't need a fancy view and marble floors to get a fantastic meal. It's cozy and well hidden on a small street in Szentendre. Yet the moment you enter, it starts to 'smell' good already.
Just pick anything from the menu - like the "gourmet course" which will delight you over and over.
Or a gulas soup served in bread - it will knock you off your feet!
Or a desert and a glass of red wine to conclude your meal.
The service is excellent, too. Everything you could expect, and more!