We went here when trying to find somewhere relatively cheap to just have soup before leaving for the plane home.
There weren't many other guests there, but it was nice and cosy. We ordered the goulash and my boyfriend, who is gluten-intolerant, showed the waiter a translated card stating what he can't eat. When he came back with the soup he realized there was pasta in it, and asked if pasta was okay, and when we said it wasn't, he had no problem taking it back and making another bowl, without the pasta. It was a good soup, a little more spicy than the other one we tried.
They had quite a few old photographs of the city, which was nice. The tip is included in the bill.
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