The atmosphere is traditional Hungarian, complete with gypsy musicians. Different rooms have handpainted walls, fantastic gold coverings, and Gothic arches. The inner rooms are painted with depictions of battles and knights in the Romantic style. In the brasserie, there are beautiful stained glass windows.
This restaurant offers Transylvanian and Hungarian cuisine with dishes such as crisp roast goose leg and a range of soups and stews.
We found the food to be overpriced and ordinary, compared to comparable restaraunts in the city, but the atmosphere almost makes up for it. Dinner for two with a bottle of wine is $150.