- This is on Ráday utca - a street with more bars and restaurants than almost anywhere else. There have been attempts at recreating Scottish pubs before in Budapest but Sir William makes a good stab at authenticity. A tiny doorway leads into a typical Hungarian reconstruction of a pub - a long bar in dark wood and a wall filled with upside down bottles. There's quite a lot of tartan around and pictures of strange looking men in skirts. The usual pub grub is on offer including chicken salad, club sandwiches and steak and chips, all washed down with Guinness.
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