We were staying very close by and decided to have dinner here. My daughter, husband and I all had the haggis balls followed by Hungarian goulash, my father in law had the soup. Daughter had chocolate cake for pudding, father in law the Eton mess. It was all incredibly delicious. The goulash was out of this world! The service too was delightful, and the interior cosy and homely. It was so good we went back the next night. Slightly different food choices but again magnificent. Don't miss this little gem of a place!
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