I had dinner here in early December 2013. The restaurant was not terribly busy, and the service was cordial, un-rushed and generally good. There is a nice selection of wines - I ordered a bottle of Hungarian-produced red that was rich and full-bodied. I also ordered a starter of goulash soup, and a main of ravioli with sauteed mushrooms and locally produced curd cheese - it was delicious with a buttery, nutty flavor and perfectly prepared. The meal was medium cost by Budapest standards. I can recommend this place for a weary traveler looking for a hearty meal on a cold night.