Our hotel concierge suggested this small restaurant in Buda at the base of the St. Magdelena Church. A bit pretentious, even if you are a caviar fan. The appetizers revolve around caviar. The main courses were just OK, nothing wrong, just not spectacular in terms of taste. It was far and away the most expensive place we ate at in the city including a prime steakhouse. The chef/owner made an appearance in the dining room and is very pleasant and charming. The service staff was excellent.
And for dessert, what else... sorbet with caviar!
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