I had lunch here today, although I had initially gone in to buy some pastries. The aromas in the shop convinced me that lunch was necessary as well. I had the Hungarian chicken soup, which was delicious....filled with chopped vegetables and pieces of chicken. I then tried the Beef Goulash, which was served over egg noodles and with sides of carrots and rice. Paparika was evident in the preparation of the goulash...just the right amount. The beef was "melt in your mouth" tender. The gentleman who owned the business was friendly and informative. I glanced at the breakfast menu, which was shorter than the lunch offerings, but which looked very good. Don't leave without buying some of the amazing pastries to take home!
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