Following encouraging Trip Advisor reviews we visited on our first night in Budapest. Set in a quiet area, we were welcomed like old friends, especially when we tried out our Spanish. We were amused when we were told that the owners are all Hungarians, and only the son has a smattering of, in his own words, 'restaurant' Spanish!
The food was great, however - truly authentic and very reasonably priced. Try the ratatouille with an egg on top, the garlic prawns, patatas bravas, peppers padron and the home made bread. Pity they are closed on Sunday night and Monday lunchtime or we would have visited again during our weekend break. Brilliant.
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