All Reviews by zoltan louis
2 North Parade Passage, Bath, England
Top class food
I've visited DeMuths a couple of times now and I'm a huge fan. The food is tasty, has variety and shows invention. Plenty for us non dairy vegetarians to eat and desserts do not disappoint. My wife has bought two DeMuths recipe books since our last visit and now I'm about a stone and a half heavier than I should be. The best thing about DeMuths is the conbination of good food in a tasteful/ well presented setting - lots of veggie places serve nice food but are a bit rough and ready. There's nothing wrong with that but it is nice, for a change to enjoy and indulge and not have to rough it. DeMuths is a little expensive - but well worth a visit if in Bath.
Ferenciek tere 2, Budapest, Hungary
The main plus is the amount of choice on offer at Napfenyes Izak for dairy-free veggies (like myself). The use of vegan cheese is excellent, I'm not normally a fan but it was a nice side (deep fried) and nice in the goulash. The soups were really nice, the creamy one and the goulash especially. The choice of mains spoiled me, i really enjoyed the spinach filled pancakes and the mushroom and garlic baked potato wedges. The onion mash and red cabbage were beautiful too. I liked it so much I went back the following day for lunch. The main plus is the desserts. Normally that's where veggies miss out - but not here, i really loved the tirmasu. Big portions, that will never score a low mark in my book. Easy to find; mid way between the yellow and red metro lines (soon to be added by the green 4 metro line). The chef was nice and quite chatty.