Charming bistro in the very centre of Budapest.
Pros: great lunch menu on weekdays for only 990 HUF; reasonable a la carte prices despite the location; terrace overlooking Andrássy avenue; good atmosphere; pretty good wine shop at the back of the restaurant.
Cons: Sometimes slow staff (especially if you sit outside); poor communication (no phone number available, no table reservation); the tapestry on the wall is slightly too eclectic to my taste; small (best for couples or small groups up to 4 people).
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