We chose the 5 courses evening menu - which started off with the most amazing consommé I've ever tasted ("green apples - tomato"). This single dish was so good that I would have gladly paid the bill of the whole menu for this single item. The rest of the courses were uneven... a somewhat boring purée of chervil root with a nice scallop - and a "lecsó" - various types of tomatoes, in good textures, and peppers/paprikas grilled - but nothing special. Good but not very interesting bistro food. The "main" course, venison with porcini could have been excellent, amazing texture, but came cold to the table :( The dessert again was truely awesome and saved the day. (Can't even start to describe) So the first and last courses were amazing, over any expectations, but the the middle three were something I don't think is worth a Michelin star - a rating which this place is considered to deserve according to GM (17 points). Still very good price/value ratio, and THE best soup we've ever eaten.
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1 week ago
We really appreciate your honest review, hence we can improve our courses and mistakes. Your lovely words on the consommé and the dessert are made our day. Thank you for that!
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