I had a reservation dinner here with my friends in the evening one weekend. As somebody mentioned, weekends there is a live orchestra (which we didn't know) and so we were pleasantly surprised with that. Sat outside, we could still hear all of it - a great mix of classical pieces, with light opera-type singing (how convenient, as the restaurant is right next to the Opera - you see it while sat outside at least), sometimes smooth jazz, sometimes Hungarian gypsy pieces for orchestra. It was very pleasant, all of us thought so. The waitor we got was Hungarian with a beautiful British accent, very helpful and sophisticated waitor, who was even ready to accomodate us inside when we asked (then we changed our mind). The food was amazing, so representable, special, and very tasty. The whole setting with the food made you feel important and good. We had desserts too, and they were also tasty. The menu has really special foods, from duck, veil, to rabbit and so on. The prices were higher than at an average restaurant, but it really was worth it. The only "negative" would be that when it got a bit chilly outside, there were no heating lamps - so take clothing with you if planning to sit outside in the autumn! A memorable evening, and I recommend!
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