The food was delicious, however some ingredients were dominating the menu, e.g. Beetroot was almost included in all dishes. Service was good but it could have been more attentive. Overall it was really good but I was missing that extra spark.
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Service could use a little refining But meal was stellar Green salad with walnut oil and three breads including caraway and squid ink Deer saddle with dry fruit banana parsley sponge and cream parsnip Lamb shoulder with pumpkin pear and almond Good wine recommendation
The food, especially considering the price, was outstanding. The staff was nice, but could have been a bit more attentive. Every time a dish arrived, the waiter had to ask who had which dish. Not such a hard task on a table for two.. The...More
we were recommended by the bicycle tour gide Peter from Budabike this was the perfect restaurant. a star restaurant, for the once that really go for taste and getting the perfect wine to accompany it! the mounk fish with mushrooms and pesto, what a surprize!...More
We had a lovely lunch, 5 courses tastefull menu with paired Hungarian wines. The waiters were very friendly.
This is a superb wine kitchen by any standards. Excellent local wines (try red wine called Grof Butler Phantom), great food and very reasonable pricing (had an excellent dinner with 3 courses plus plenty of wine with about 50 euros). What really sets the place...More
My family a I booked this restaurant by e-mail before we arrived in Budapest. We decided to all have the 5 course tasting menu which was described individually as it was bought out by the waiters. Every course was delicate and flavoursome and is easy...More
This is worth its Michelin star - nice atmosphere, delicious tasting menu and excellent matching Hungarian wines (in particular the dry Tokahi and second, bold red). We had 5/6 dishes (seared tuna, parsnip soup with scallop, beef, etc) and matching wines, cooked finely with different...More
We had an amazing dinner last night at Borkonyha. We enjoyed the degustation menu with paired wines. All the wines were from Hungary and all were delicious. Highlights were the white carrot soup with scallop (second course) and the yogurt mousse dessert. Interesting uses of...More