Nice place with great atmosphere. We went there for dinner and found more than we could expect. Great food! Goulash and ciorba were simply superb, so was the Transylvanian Platter.
I wish we had some capacity for deserts, but the aforementioned platter was just huge.
The wine list had a handful of Romanian wines as well as one Hungarian red. No Tokaji though - I'd love some.
All in all - great experience. We'll do our best to come back on Saturday to catch the violinist.
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