It's a bit of a hike up to Obuda but it came recommended so we went. It is an oasis in the middle of a concrete jungle - you can read up about the area if you are interested. It's an old family run restaurant, which is good and there were many local families celebrating there. The goulash soup was delicious as was the plate of Hungarian meat - bacon, ham, sausage with salad. The steamed venison with dumplings and a vegetable sauce came and was sent back as it was cold. Of course, it took a while to be prepared again and my appetite had gone - the sauce was not very nice and I would not recommend this dish to anyone. The waiter was most apologetic and the dish was removed from the bill. Still, it was a shame - and unnecessary.The atmosphere was good - the pancakes with a hazelnut filling and chocolate sauce, flamed in rum were very tasty. Perhaps we were just unlucky. The music was lively in parts but I wish they had played more Hungarian music and not O Sole Mio!
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