I liked this place, I really did.
Yes, the service was more 'slightly surly European' than 'have an awesome day American'.
No, the burger wasn't as good as the Kobe beef burgers served at The Mayflower in London.
Yes, the portion of fries was smaller than some might like.
But you know what? It cost me £3.50 for a decent burger with fresh salad, tasty relish, fried onions and all served in a brioche bun with a side of fries (and after you've eaten the burger, it was more than enough fries). Go to GBK and see if they can match that! Then order the chicken wings and compare them with the scrawny things you'd get in KFC....
It was cheaper than the American chains and a heck of a lot better. I know some people feel uncomfortable when they can't understand a conversation being held in front of them, so might like it more if they spoke Hungarian, but hey - the staff spoke enough English to take my order and that's enough for me.
All in all, we liked it and will be back to try the ham hock.
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