The atmosphere of the restaurant seemed genuinely authentic rather than pretending to be - it was one of the most real-seeming places we went. The decor looked like it had been unchanged for decades, with simple plastic table cloths (as you can see in the photos from other people), and all sorts of photos stuck up on the wall. Unlike most other places the staff spoke very little English and presented the translations to us in a mix of English, French and German, which was OK! An oddity which I've not seen anywhere else was soda water dispensers on the table. The food, which was mainly of the traditional Hungarian type, was simple and of the kind that would probably be described as 'home-made'. It was very, very tasty. What more is there to say? It's a worthwhile place to eat.
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