- Situated a little way out of the centre of town in one of the city's posh residential hill areas (Rozsadomb), Magnaskert's reputation for high-quality meals and innovative combinations reaches across the city. The modern, low building does not look too prepossessing and inside, its bare brick walls and peculiar paintings provide a strange first impression, but once you taste the food, you'll be won over. Unusual dishes such as little courgette strudels with basil or duck consommé with goose liver soufflé are good starters. Sample the quail's eggs or try an ice cream and mint mousse. They also offer two set menus of nouvelle cuisine, which can be costly, but you do get eight courses: beef tenderloin in balsamic marinade, French bean soup with tarragon and lamb dumplings, spinach shell pudding with crayfish sauce, medallions of veal with an apricot hat, a sorbet, rabbit mignons in sherry, a white chocolate pudding and cheese in garlic.
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