We ate here twice for convenience, as it was close to our hotel. The camembert and polenta starter was excellent, and my partner had a good meat dish, but my vegetarian pizza on the first night had rather dry vegetables and on the second night the tagliatelle with roasted vegetable and pesto was more "tagliatelle with essence of..." as there was hardly anything that was amongst the pasta. My impression was that the kitchen can do "Hungarian" food pretty well but struggles with more "international" dishes. I found the waiters OK.
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