I'm someone who sometimes doubts whether it's worth eating out, if you can make a better meal at home, choose a better wine for half fhe price. With Olimpia though I find myself daydreaming about the duck pate with smoked sturgeon and mango mousse, or the melt-in the mouth pork. It's not much to look at, a semi basement smallish room that reminds me of London restaurants in the 80's. You choose a taster menu with 3-7 courses. My impression (somewhat blurred) is that if you choose 5, as we did, somehow other small 'amuse-bouches' turn up too. What I particularly loved, the three times I've been there, are the wines chosen to match the taster menu. Although a frequent visitor to Budapest, I haven't got my head around the wines. Now I find I look up their wines to try at home. It isn't cheap at dinner, but I've been there for a 3 course lunch which was also heavenly and very reasonable, so it can be a manageable treat.