Small intimate and atmospheric place with attentive service. Having dined in some of the best places in the world and living a few doors down from one place voted "best restaurant in the world" by Restaurant Magazine, this place was never going to be judged on those lines. But what a pleasant surprise! Good, throughtfully prepared food and an excellent Hungarian wine list (our wine was so good we ordered a second bottle!) and great service. So - what's stopping me giving this 5? Unfortunately, it's the solely Hungarian cuisine. Taking Hungarian dishes up to Michelin fine dining is like taking a Trabant to be a Rolls Royce - you're kind of caught in a dead end. Still, I would have no hesitation in recommending this place to any epicurian traveller!
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