This restaurant transforms itself from organised chaos during the morning breakfast time, when tens of people potter around the buffet, to a lovely and chic environment at night. We had ravioli with truffle oil and the mushroom risotto - both very tasty. The menu has a good choice of dishes, in French, Hungarian and traditional Jewish styles, so there was a lot to choose from. I can see that many reviewers seem to like the homemade lemonade, but I must say that it was not for me - tasted like sparkling water with a slice of lemon thrown in. If in Budapest, I would go back.
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