My tour guide recommended this restaurant. I had small Goulash and chicken paprika. Both are great and Goulash made me feel so warm!
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We visited here twice - once for lunch and once for dinner. Both times we were seated straight away and the waiters were good. The food was delicious - we had the gulyas soup, meat pancake, spinach and cheese pancake and the chicken paprikash. All...More
We stopped there because we wanted to eat in a not-touristy restaurant. I had goulash soup and it was soooo tasty! It was the best I ever had! There was some beef meat, potatoes, carrots and other vegetable pieces. There was also some free bread...More
The prices are ridiculously low and the dishes are so good! They serve a lot of strange typical food in very generous courses! The staff is kind and helpful. The location's not the best, but you'll forget about it once you start eating. 100% recommended
We took a meat for 2 people and the ration was enormous, perfectly could eat three or at least 4 people!! It was not expensive and the food was really good.
This is a no-frills eatery on a busy intersection. The menu is in Hungarian with some slightly odd English translations. Most of the waiters speak little to no English. However, the food is like from mama's kitchen, just good wholesome and cheap
The place is not well decorated but waiters were really kind and the food was great, especially the typical food there. If you want to eat something from Hungary you must go by after visiting the Gallery or National Museum for exemple.