This restaurant first seemed to me to be a tourist trap; everything written in German etc. But in fact the meals were quite good and the restaurant is nice furnished too and has a warm atmoshere, so I can reccomend it.
This place is most likely the fanciest watering-hole in town, but despite the local snob-appeal, the service was excellent, the staff accommodating, and the food was top-drawer. But this should be no surprise, for Hungarians definitely know their way around in a kitchen!
Favorite Dish: I had a wonderful Hungarian dish consisting of mushrooms, chicken, and tiny dumplings in a splendid sauce that was prepared at the table, something neither my wife nor I expected. You could almost consider it a Hungarian version of Moo Goo Gai Pan. Unhappily, I didn't note down the name of the dish....
This lovely little restaurant is family-run and located in what must have been a private house. The walls, both inside and out, are whitewashed and the dining rooms are filled with antique Hungarian country-style furniture. And outside, there is a long, narrow, flagstoned "terrace" -- actually, more reminiscent of a very wide sidewalk -- where picnic-style tables have been set up. In summer, this is a thoroughly pleasant place to eat.
Favorite Dish: The Chicken Kiev is absolutely first-rate as are the many, more traditional, Hungarian dishes.
This fellow is pointing out where you can sit and relax and enjoy watching the goings on in Sopron.
Favorite Dish: Coffee