We wanted to go out for food in the Jewish quarter and try somewhere different having been to a few other places nearby already, and this seemed like a nice place according to our local hosts. It's quite a tourist trap, not really many locals, but the menu looked good and varied.
The place itself is nicely decorated, was great having a guy playing live piano as well while we were eating, and was a great environment. Service was attentive and friendly and no problems when I wanted to mix and match a couple of dishes for my main course.
The food itself was good enough, but not quite as good as some of the other restaurants we've tried nearby. There was a decent selection of Hungarian wines which was good.
Overall we were pleased with our meal, but it just lacked a little something.
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