A lovely looking restaurant from the outside, and charmingly rustic on the inside. We went on a Sunday evening, and the restaurant remained almost empty the whole time we were there. Perhaps it was a slow night. The goulash was lovely. The chicken paprikash was also very pleasant. The service by the gentleman with the impressive moustache was friendly and unobtrusive. Hungarian food is very filling, so bring an appetite if you intend to have a starter, main course and pudding. Prices reasonable, and probably in line with all other restaurants in the area. A pleasant experience overall.
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