- Cuisines: Eastern European
NileGuide Expert Says:
Huge array of traditional Jewish (non-kosher) Hungarian delicacies at reasonable prices- try the cholent with goose leg. Live Klezmer concerts weekends in Summer- inquire via telephone.
Though this establishment is not kosher, they have Jewish and international cuisine on the menu. When you enter, go down the stairs to find the restaurant as no one will greet you to direct you. The restaurant, which opened in 1987, is a long room with an outdated motif, probably the original and in dire need of renovations. However, all of the smiling faces of the diners who were leaving as we entered gave the impression that decor is secondary to being well fed. The Jewish meals are marked by numbers on the menu, with vegetarian options as well. During the summer on Thursday nights, you can be entertained by the Klezmer concerts held here; there is an entrance fee, but you can deduct 5% from your meal. This is one of the popular dining spots for Jewish tours in the city.
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