Although we had trouble finding the Resturant it was worth it when we did..
Beautiful atmosphere and a broad menu with many options we struggled to decide what to have..
I went for the special of the day which was a Thai soup and Daniel went for the vegan twist on the traditional Hungarian dish goulash soup.. We were both impressed especially as we had seen goulash soup advertised so much throughout our trip, was nice to sample the local cuisine :)
For main I had the falafels and salad and Daniel had the French vegetables while I was happy with my choice Daniel felt, if he was being picky the portion was quite big and a little salty..but he still ate it all!!
Huge range of deserts.. I tend to look at the deserts before the main!! Lots to choose from.. We had the poppy seed sponge and millet balls.. Cake was the better option.. But both delicious.
We don't eat bread but if you do the pizzas looked pretty impressive.
We were really happy we came here.. Service was great, enjoyed the food and the opportunity to experiment with new tastes..
Very cheap taking into consideration the quality of food and setting.
Would highly recommend it :D
Victoria cosmic xxx
Updated from previous review on Monday November 25, 2013Pros: Unique menu, Great atmosphere, Cheap prices
Cons: Large portions