This is a little slice of old Budapest - and all the better for it. Wonderful, friendly service; blast-from-the-past decor (in the best possible way) and, above all, really, really good food. As a family, we are very, very keen on eating well - we visited Kacsa three nights in a row and could still have explored the menu further.
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