Admittedly this is kind of a chic place, to see and be seen, but the outside terrace does offer a terrific view of the Lake of Balaton and the gourmet meat/cheese platter was very attractively presented and delicious to boot; the slightly warm bread was just great, too, and there was lots of it. We drank the Rosé and the Muskotaly, which tasted fine to us. The prices reflect the chicness of the place, so don’t come here looking for bargain glasses of wine.
On the sunny and hot day we were there the place was packed; in high season it’s worth reserving a table in advance. Try to get a seat at the lower level terrace. There is a lot of free parallel parking along the deadend street, or a bit beforehand at a small lot on a side road turning off to the right.