Between the five us we ordered the: Hunters Schnitzel; Weiner Schnitzel; Chicken Cordon Bleu, and Chicken Paprikas. We licked our plates clean! Absolutely delicious and portion sizes are very generous.
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I just finished my third meal from this cozy little restaurant...and each one has been as good as the previous one. This place isn't fine dining, but it sure is good. And just what you'd expect from a Hungarian restaurant. Wonderful schnitzel, cabbage rolls to...More
In short, it was incredibly good. The place only has about 10 tables - perhaps a bit more, but is very clean and nicely decorated. The wait staff are wonderful.There seemed to be lots of Hungarians there as that is what they were speaking. The...More
We had a taste of just about everything and it was liked by all 4 adults in our party. The pirogi appetizer could have used a bit more sausage.
Good old fashioned food. Everything in the menu is good.Tastes like home from the entrees to the desserts. Nice clean and friendly atmosphere. Not pretentious but home made food. Same as grandma's sunday table. I'm a second generation hungarian and my kids third and we...More
With a group of 12 - we descend upon the Budapest restaruant and had excellent meals and service. For carnivores with big appetites try the Wooden Platter/Fatanyeros that includes a schnitzel/pork chop/Debreceni savage/cabbage roll combo for two. Their Weiner schnitzel is among the best in...More
Though on serving lunch at the restaurant the first time, I could recognize all the dishes of my childhood on the menu. For the rest of my party of four, it was a pleasant introduction to the richness of the Hungarian Cuisine. We all enjoyed...More
After watching our kids get first place in a dance competition, we all decided to go to the Budapest Restaurant. On arrival, it was nothing like I expected. A small little place but interesting in its self. As everyone says about the TARDIS "it looks...More
Every classical Hungarian dish I could think of...all delicious and filling. A bottle of wine followed with a glass of hunters liqueur to finish a fine dinner.