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Review: We came here to eat twice and had a fantastic meal both times. The restaurant is located quite centrally just off Andrassy ut and can be reached via the M1 metro en route to Hero's Square. It is slightly off the main street, but not difficult to find. They have a well-stocked salad-bar and a daily changing selection that is slightly cheaper than the a la carte, which makes going back exciting again and again. In addition to this and a variety of Hungarian-style main courses on their main menu, they have a large selection of pizzas, as well as teas. Menus are available in English and German too.The portions are large and filling, and the food is unpretentious, yet well presented. There is a large emphasis on faux meat and cheese, but this is well balanced and not at the expense of the vegetables. While all the dishes we have tried so far have been delicious, I would recommend the fried pancakes the most, as they are completely unique and busting with traditional flavours. As opposed to many other vegetarian restaurants in Europe, this place is a proper restaurant, rather than a cafe. It has a cozy and romantic atmosphere inside, although it was quite busy the time we visited on a Saturday evening. Prices are above average for Budapest, but the food is absolutely worth it. Will be coming back again soon!