This restaurant is recommended in many guide books, and we were looking for good quality Hungarian cuisine. The venue is central, clean and warm. There's a lots of 'traditional' garb, Hungarian violinist and artefacts. Unfortunately it seems to have veered into the territory of tourist trap. We'd forgive that if the food was up to much but it wasn't. Croquettes bore a stunning resemblance to McCain's frozen variety. Tinned peaches on top of my battered chicken breast with unappetising processed cheese lying in wait. Poor quality produce, badly presented in an unimaginative and 'tourist trap' kind of way. Even the cheese board was 3 cuts of the same cheese. And not cheap. On current form you should avoid the disappointment. Head to cafe kor instead for something Hungarian, great value and buzzing.
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