We also dined here on Valentines eve and therefore can't comment on the usual menu but.......
The set Valentines 4 course menu (see below- with a selected glass of wine to match each course) was absolutely sensational - one of the best (if not the best) meals I have ever had - inspiring me to write my first ever TA review (!)
Only the dessert which, though very good, was a slight let down for me after the quality of what had gone before (but only in relative terms).
My partner ordered from the main menu which was slightly (and understandably) restricted on the evening - this forced her to order two dishes she would perhaps otherwise not have ordered - a cream artichoke soup and a vegetable based pasta - both were beautifully done.The only slight crticism? My partners dessert came with what looked (and tasted) like whipped cream from an aerosol
The service was uniformly excellent and the restaurant smart and refined without being stuffy.
In terms of price, we dined at Hungarikum Bistro, Menza, Ruben, Pata Negra and Cafe Intenzo during our trip. All were cheaper (only Ruben was considerably cheaper) but none of the above are in the same league gastronomically as Borsso.
Our bill worked out at just over £50 for the set menu plus 3 course meal and 3 glasses of house white for my partner
I would strongly recommend you spend an extra £10 to £20 per couple and dine here if you get the chance.
Ginger rabbit veloute with liver ravioli
Szent György hegyi kéknyelű 2012
Scallops ras el hanout cous-cous and spinach
Tűzkő chardonnay barrique 2011
Duckbreast with honey-tokaj figg and quinoa
Gizella furmint battonage 2011
Tuile á la Tropical
Bujdosó Tramontana 2011
Price of the dinner: 9900,- HUF/ person