Excellent food service and price!!! The place is home like very cosy and friendly. The food is delicious and the portions in just the right size. Thanks will be back for more ;-)
We ate here as it was close to where we were staying and it was also recommended by a local. We were not disappointed. The restaurant does traditional Hungarian food (which is what we wanted) and is cosy with good service. The portions are large, good choice and inexpensive. I am a veggie and unusually for eastern European traditional restaurants... More
This place is open on Sundays and offers some decent vegetarian option. We had soup as a starter and two vegetarian dishes (potato croquette and aubergine in clay pot) with limonade. We payed around 20 euros for the whole. Food was tasy. The restaurant was quite crowded and the waitress was definitly on her own for all the tables. She... More
Oh, here is the place to try hungarian specialities! For example: gulas soup, and sweet thing with sour milk
The main feature of that modest place is tasty and homy food. The interior doesn't have anything outstanding but if you have luck to be served by a polite waiter, then you can get to feel the atmosphere. Also nice to come just for a glass of wine. Locals also come there often. After 6 p.m., sometimes, it is impossible... More
It was kinda "meh". Not terrible, just very average/bog-standard food, service and price. No tap water, which for me is a MUST, especially when drinking coffee/alcohol. Chicken was good, mixed antipasti with duck scratching was disappointing. Hang on, coffee just came.... Yup that was good. Ground on the spot and nice froth. 5/10
I had read about this restaurant on Trip Advisor and we happened across it, when sightseeing. It is located directly behind the Basilica of St. Stephen, about 2 blocks from the Deak Ferenc metro stop. That night, we were going to a show at the Danube Palace, a 10 min walk away and wanted a leisurely dinner, but had a... More
Excellent location. Good service.Helpful welcoming staff. Good portions. Popular with locals..always a good sign.
They brought us bread with pieces of paper on it... the portions were small and the prices expensive.. totally NOT worth it!!
As a resident of BP it's often difficult to entertain visitors who're after a traditional Hungarian meal in the centre of the city without getting ripped off. Lugas is a place that bucks the trend of over-priced restaurants serving mediocre food. We had 2 starters between 3 people, which was plenty and delicious. The mains were all also great -... More
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