On top of the visit to Pannonhalma Monastery, this restaurant is definitely a must if you find yourself on the way to Budapest! This place is definitely off the beaten track but the food and the experience makes up for the side trip. I had the pleasure of having the Rabbit leg with Vanilla Cauliflower Cream and Roasted Gnocchi and the Sage-flavored Mangalitza roast and Pigeon breast with wild garlic rosti and mushroom sauce. Both were absolutely fantastic. My family’s dishes were also very commendable! In addition to the food they also have a good selection of Hungarian wines and fantastic Palinka! Definitely one of the more memorable meals of our trip to Hungary.
I disagree with the previous commenter though regarding the ugly piece of concrete description of the building. The architecture is definitely modern and the floor to ceiling windows adds to the overall experience of your meal.
Be sure to also plan the your meal and tour of the Monastery since the guides have a strict schedule.
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