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by Cheesy K
London, United Kingdom
March 4, 2008
Colorado Springs, Colorado
June 6, 2003
Portions are large, and the food is Hungarian traditional - little salads of salted cucumbers, great things done with meat and onions or chickens and paprika, cherry soup if it's the right time, plus very decent and often reasonable wines.
Note: You will need to position yourself strategically to avoid cigarette smoke if it bothers you. This is Hungary, and a LOT of people smoke, especially around meal time, and in outdoor restaurants especially this is not considered rude or unusual.
From journal Emerging City - Budapest
April 24, 2002
Our dinner began with a carrot salad, which was quite similar to our American rendition of cole slaw. Aunt Manci's Favorite turned out to be a grilled chicken breast with grated apple and thick ementhal cheese baked on top. Additional baked apples and wild rice made for a filling meal. The dessert of curd dumplings is a specialty of the house, but I simply couldn’t enjoy or even endure the enormous fried ball of breaded cottage cheese, drenched with sour cream. There are a variety of other more tempting desserts to sample, but the large portions at Nancsi Neni may make dessert obsolete even for the sweet tooths in your group.
From journal Hungary: Budapest dining