Very good spot for authentic Hungarian dishes. After Country Style Hungarian, this would be my second choice. Very good Hungarian dishes and good portions.
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I went here for lunch the other day with a buddy who is a regular here. We started with an order of "Langos" ...a traditional Hungarian appetizer and a cold Stella Artois beer which they offer in bottles. If you haven't tried Langos before...give it...More
This used to be our favourite restaurant but it recently changed owners and cooks and staff all new and food has gone severely downhill. This restaurant used to be fantastic. We went tonight and we were so disppointed. We asked if it changed owners and...More
Went here on a Saturday night with some friends who rave about the food. The restaurant itself is nothing to write home about with a mural on the walls. I noticed that many big family groups come here to eat, so it must be good....More
Live out of town and was taken here for lunch by a native Hungarian now living in Toronto. Chicken paprikash that reminds me of what my grandmother used to make. Another in our party had the schnitzel and knudlen, absolutely homemade and delicious. Not the...More
Went here and ordered the wooden plate for 4. Was a great meal! Cabbage rolls were very good along with other dishes. I still find Country Style to have the superior schnitzel but this was a close second. Will not hesitate to go here again.
We all enjoyed our meals. My favorite is the chicken paprikas with dumplings. It was delicious! We ended the meal with palacsinta filled with walnuts. Yummy! I will definitely come back again!
Last evening my friend and I went to dinner at the Europe Bar and Restaurant located south of Lawarence on the West side of Bathurst Street. It is a popular place to each Hungarian food at a reasonable price. For a change I ordered the...More
I've been driving by this location for awhile and decided it was about time to try their food. Not too many authentic Hungarian Restaurants left in Toronto. Used to go down to Bloor St., but most of the 'Old-Time' places have closed. I guess eating...More