We actually ate at this restaurant twice during our 4 nights in Budapest. The trip included a violinist who was very skilled and also very expressive, a bassist, and a cymbalum (something like the inside of a piano played with soft mallets), in other words a small orchestra. On our second visit they actually recognized us, which was sweet! We sat at tables near other customers , both American and Norwegian, and enjoyed talking to them after traveling for 12 days alone.
I ordered cucumber salad with whipped sour cream (yum !!) and homemade noodles with porcini mushrooms and beef tenderloin (also good but a lot of food). The Hungarians certainly do know how to cook meat and make it tender! All in all, two delightful evenings in this vibrant bustling city.
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