on March 29, 2002
One of the best restaurants to head for if you want to sample Hungarian cuisine, though international dishes are available too. Begin you meal with a traditional Gyulas (not a stew as served abroad, but a soup) then tuck into a hearty main couse such as Flekken (delicious belly pork) with onion potatoes. To round off your meal, there is nothing better than a selection of retes (strudel) with a choice of apple, poppyseed or Cheese (my personal fave). There is also a fine selection of underated Hungarian Wines to quaff or a Korso or two of Hungarian Beer. As well as the quality food on offer, the restaurant itself is beautifully decorated in traditional Hungarian style. This makes for an atmospheric setting, particularly if you are dining in the evening.
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