It's hard to be objective because it's probably my favourite restaurant in Budapest.
In the past it was called "Ráspi", Ráspi is a nickname of one of the best winemaker in Hungary. About one year ago the chef and Ráspi decided to "divorce", since then the restaurant is called "MárGál", according to the name of the chef Attila Gál.
I would not mean any concrete food to try, because they are changing the menu often, since they have so called gourmet wednesday where they present different foods (not in the regulary menu) with excellent wines. The kitchen isn't international > more traditional Hungarian materials (wild garlic, grey cattle, goat chese, sweat water shrimps from Hungary etc.) used, but the foods are "revised". On the other hand don't except big portions, this is more about tasting more Hungarian gourmet specialities, but don't be afraid, I've never left the restaurant with hunger.
Wines: you can try special Hungarian wines you don't get in regular restaurants (even if it's about a popular one), for instance wines from Hungarian winemakers abroad, from the historical Hungary. One example: the wines of Bott Frigyes you have to taste.
Pictures: I don't have any, but you can find a lot on the website.
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