The new location for the restaurant is off to the right of the main entrance and was charm personified.
The waiter was attentive and authentically Hungarian rather than offering a lot of anglicised platitudes and auto hospitality.
My choices were :-
Roast Foie Gras on a Prune Sponge Cake. There were other elements but it was all cooked to perfection full of taste and moist.
Seared Guinea Fowl on a bed of home made bacon cabbage ragout and finally. Fascinating and perfectly executed. The Guinea Fowl was tasty and succulent not dry!
Orange and Custard Chocolate Cake. To die for !!
During the evening the supervisor on duty came to check on progress and suggested a Tokai with the desert - bravissimo!
When I return to the Aria I will certainly include an evening in the Stadivari and I look forward to enjoying another fascinating evening of cooking.
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