Restaurant on the touristy end of the main street; 90s taste decor with nostalgic theatre posters and old musical instruments suggesting a cozy, welcoming atmosphere. None of that feeling is in evidence. The menu consists of "traditional" Hungarian dishes, the ever-popular Italian option, and lots of grilled meat. The bouillon arrives lukewarm and tasteless, made from cheap bulk ingredients. The meat in the second course is an overdone, mangled cut that smells of re-used cooking oil, and the dumplings have a horrid stale taste. 'Cheap and nasty' comes to mind.
The waiter, arriving five minutes late, is surly and incompetent. He doesn't communicate in English.
Do not dine here.