Budapest, Ráday utca 15, Hungary
(1) 217 6756
Opened in 1970, it was named for the work of a famous Hungarian writer, Gyula Krudy's The Red Post Coach, which is on display. The building was erected in 1876 and the interior may make the patron think it is original, but it is authentic reproduction. They recreate Hungarian receipes to modern tastes like the turkey breast stuffed with dried tomatoes and bacon, then topped with a soft cheese. Violinists stroll around the tables for your listening pleasure.