We stopped here for lumch after we visited castle. The meal was great, delicious and fresh. It is very nice place with the right music for lunch. You shold try chocolate bomb desert :)
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This is a very popular restaurant in Veszprém and for a reason. It has about the nicest ambiance in town, with good food, reasonable prices and friendly staff. In summer, eating outside is excellent. In winter, the cosy atmosphere will put you at ease.
It's very close to the castle through a narrow street. Has beautiful atmosphere, nice staff and have very tasty food with good ideas. I will definitely return.
I have been here couple times and the experience is the same: this is a top-quality restaurant. Nice atmosphere, quality food and drinks, great and fast service. Their Chocolate Bomb is a must try. Though it is also a calorie bomb.
We started from goose liver and smoked trout. Continued with wild boar filet and pike filet. The dishes and service were just great. The waiter was professional, friendly and suggested wines, and he really knows where they were produced and what are the characteristics.
We went there with my girlfriend to celebrate a new contract between us :) A collegue of mine recommended this place, she is from Veszprém. So, the waiters, the place, the chef and the food, wine, everything was excellent! We were really lucky that autumn...More
We went there because Villa Medici was closed to the public that day. It is in a historic settign in dowtown Veszprém, with a pleasant courtyard. The menu is varied, the dishes we tried were excellent. It is a bit pricier than the average restaurant...More
The restaurant is in the center of the town, but in a small unattractive street so it is easy to miss, especially if you do not know it exists. The external appearance of the restaurant from the street is not such as to lure you...More
It was hard to find this restaurant, half-hidden below the castle. The food and drink was really delicious and well served. The waiter - although didn't know it by heart - even investigated what those decorative lilac beads could have been on my light summer...More