The word "larus" means "seagull" in Latin and the restaurant took this name because it is where the Sirály utca (Seagull St.) used to be. They cook well at Larus, the braised beef that I had was excellent, but - a truly major but - the noise level was intolerable. There was a large party nearby, fair enough, but the two loudspeakers above us bellowed out some unspeakably ugly music and, despite my asking several times, the staff was quite unable or unwilling to switch them off. We fled as soon as we could. Still, there is an attractive terrace, so maybe Larus should be treated as a summer place only, unless and until they eliminate the noise. Why do restaurants think that they are made more agreeable by broadcasting music anyway?
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