The location of the restaurant is great. Right across from the town hall, with a nice terrace. I enjoyed the food very much ... a nice change from goulash.
Favorite Dish: I had a Chicken Caesar Salad with a not-so-Caesar dressing (still delicious) and lovely Gnocchi with salmon and spinach sauce.
Run of the mill Italian Restaurant serving average fare of the usual Pizzas & Pastas etc. Staff tended to be rather surly and had trouble understanding English. The menus are in Hungarian, German and a bizarre German/English combination.
Favorite Dish: All pretty standard but the Spaghetti Bolognese was decent along with the 4 cheese Pizza.
Cosy little cafe with seating indoors and outdoors. Excellent value for money here again at a fraction of Budapest prices. My colleague used to swear by the coffee they served. Heineken is also on tap.
Favorite Dish: The Schnitzel and the French Onion soup deserve special mentions. The food tended to be on an Italian tip with Pizzas & Pastas.
The restaurant is beautiful inside and very clean. English is spoken very well by the polite & attentive staff. The value for money (in UK tems) was immense as a 3 courser back home in the same surroundings with similar food would have cost 3 or 4 times the total bill here. There are a few foreign beers on draught and they have a superb wine selection. Accomodation is also vailable in the attched Panzio.
Favorite Dish: Everything I tried was excellent. The menu consisted of a mixture of staple Hungarian faves like Ghoulash and game but also had more international dishes of steak & chicken etc. I would recommend anything that I tried and also my colleagues & friends who I took to this restaurant.