We were treated to a late lunch on a weekday by a large group of local scientists with whom we were meeting. I thought the restaurant had a lot of charm--large beer garden seating on the outside, simple red-checkered tables on the inside along with a small store.
I thought the Hungarian dishes were pretty tasty though not exceptional. But I'm not an expert on this cuisine. Presentation on some dishes was superb, on others pretty plain. My sense was that this was like Hungarian home cooking. Service was prompt but nothing special. The restaurant was fairly empty (and not a soul eating outside), but we were a bit cramped seated at a long table with little room for the waiters to walk around. My guess is we were placed here as this was a bit more private section of the restaurant.
The garden looked like it would be fun if filled with a lively crowd on a sunny day.
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