Don Vito: Pizzeria
A mafia themed restaurant serving up surprisingly decent pizza with pleasant street side dining on the quiet "main street". The service is fast and friendly, and the decor is definitely interesting, although I couldn't work out whether they were going for a mafia or prison look at times. They even offered free bread and water (prisoner's food) on the menu.
The only thing I didn't like about the place was the wasp's nest under the main entrance that put me on the flight path of those angry yellow and black things... they really need to fix that. I moved seats to avoid the problem.
Nagyvillam Restaurant: Beautiful view to the Danube-Bend, the Citadel
Looks like a wonderful place to visit. We did, and it was great! now we know why, because this is the only one restaurant in the Danube-bend where the owner is a Executive "Star" Chef! Good news, it is not expensive.
Favorite Dish: Hunter' s soup with tarragon
Venison a la Fõvadász Art
Somló sponge cake
Irsai Oliver white wine
- Food and Dining
- Wine Tasting
- Historical Travel
Don Vito: Pizzaria
We arrived to Visegrad around lunchtime, and we wandered around a little to find a place to eat before heading for the castle.
There aren’t that many restaurants in Visegrad, so we glad that we found this one.
We ordered two big pizzas, as they list how big they are in cm in the menu. But we didn’t realize that the pizzas were deep-pan-pizzas, so we were surprised to se the amount of food we had to eat.
The pizzas were delicious, but we couldn’t eat it all.
Favorite Dish: The restaurant has various rooms, we sat in the room were they had the pizza oven, that had a wood fire, but the other rooms are more elegant.
The door to the toilets is worth to notice, as it is like a door to a vault in a bank (thick, with a handle to turn etc).
For some reason the menu had a horse head as a meal (see the photo, no 2) I don’t what the deal is, very weird.
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