Szilvasvarad is famous for its trout, and Csobogo serves it up deliciously.
During our summertime visit, the trout was grilled outdoors, and our table was situated next to a small stream. Service was brisk and good, and waiters seemed to speak English OK, and probably speak other languages, too.
Three of us had the wild mushroom soup to start, and while the soup was very good, I felt there were too many croutons in the bowl, as I don't care for that much bread in my soup.
The trout dishes were all prepared perfectly, with very hot, tender, succulent trout on each plate. Mine was served simply with herbed butter and side salad (don't expect too much from salads in this country) that was at least lightly dressed instead of the usual drowned in creamy glop. My companions had the eggplant sauce and the garlic sour cream topping, and both were done well, too.
We skipped dessert, preferring to have ice cream later in the day at the Sárvári Cukrászda in Eger.
Overall, the meal was very good, the trout excellent, the service good. Recommended.
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