My kind of place, very small, quiet, kind of like visiting your Hungarian grandmother’s house. Service was attentive. The food was simple local small dishes. They have small versions so you can try different things. I had goulash of course. The flavor was more rich and savory than the lighter somewhat bland one I had across the street. Then I tried chicken goulash, more simple comfort food. And cheap. My two dishes, one beer, and two large Palinka (of course) cost around $20. Think easy quick cheap eats, satisfying local home cooking. A nice change, everything else here seems expensive.
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