On recommendations read in TA we called into Cafe Assiete for lunch. The blackboard menu enticed us with "Hungarian goulash soup" which sounded good on a cool day in November. With a small open fire going the scene was set for a great hearty lunch in a cosy atmosphere.
The first disappointment was the drinks fridge being half empty and out of coke zero, the second disappointment was that all local beers were mixed up in one line so when we grabbed two bottles we had two different flavors as the labels were almost identical.
But the third and major disappointment was reserved for the incorrectly described "goulash soup".
This tasteless concoction of carrots, meat and onion with a hint of tomato barely deserved the title of stew rather than soup. The color was a lacklustre light red rather than the dark deep brown that you would expect from a genuine Hungarian goulash soup. No hint or trace of paprika, in summary, simply awful and totally misleading in being called soup. Do not order this soup as it will surely disappoint.
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