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Review: The restaurant is located close by the impressive neo-gothic church of St. Elizabeth in the Eastern part of the city on RÃ³zsa utca (Rose street) 39. The actual restaurant and its little shop are subterraneous and reminiscent of a natural cellar. Paintings of vegetables on the walls, candles and green plants decorate the room. Booth benches, chairs and tables are black and partly covered with white cloths. The lighting is soft and warm. It all appears rustic but with a touch of elegance and style. The menu card is sectioned into soups, main dishes, side dishes, pizzas, desserts and beverages and it's written in Hungarian, German and English. Furthermore, there are daily menus, a small salad bar and a display of assorted cakes (in addition to the desserts on the menu card). The food is all vegan, very tasty (especially the cheese dishes) and some of it is even organic. Portion sizes are quite big and they're presented in a simple and attractive way. The service is friendly, alert, helpful and partly even speaks German and English. The restaurants prices are appropriate and by Western standards actually quite inexpensive. For roughly 16 Euros or $23 per person one can get an appetizer, a main course, a dessert and a beverage to satisfy even the most hungry appetite. All in all, if you're looking for a comfortable and friendly place and some traditional Hungarian food or tasty pizzas this little vegan oasis is definitely worth a visit.