Came here on the last day of a four day trip to the city, and had the joy of going to the airport later that day and so time wasn’t a restriction to us on this occasion. The staff were friendly and I even shared a little bit of ‘banter’ with who appeared to be the head waiter over my attempts at trying to say some of the Hungarian foods listed on the menu. A nice touch especially at how bad I am being from South Yorkshire, England.
We both ordered a set of freshly made drinks off of the quite compression juice list, and they came shortly after with minimal fuss. All correct; so far so good, Yorkshireman very happy.
Then onto the mains. I had the ‘Coal burner pizza’ whilst my partner had the seitan kievs. I thought both dishes were very nice especially hers (typical) and came without delay, brought by the same friendly waiter.
The feel inside the restaurant is very relaxed with a slight touch of class with both the table layouts and decor upping this feel. Music is also a nice touch.
Overall a nice meal, a nice experience. The main positive is the very comprehensive menu which some vegan restaurants simply cannot match. I’d come again.