I was expecting to see fruit, veg & meat - but what variety and quality? Salamis, cheeses and Hungarian spices abound. Upstairs there are numerous small serving counters with a mouth-watering array of local dishes, including alcoholic drinks. There is an excellent choice of the usual kitschy souvenirs, raning from tea-towels to fridge magnets; Hungarian dolls to salad spoons.
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