Walked in without booking, the waitress was very friendly and accommodating, spoke excellent English, and our food was delicious! Marked down one point because the bathrooms were quite dusty and pokey, but I'd happily return.
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Located in a quiet street in the busy Budapest. I ordered Goulash Soup and Papprika Chicken. Their Goulash Soup is good not so sticky; meat tender and vegetables crunchy. The paprika chicken comes with homemade pasta. The pasta is a little bit different, not the...More
the restaurant was just across the street from where we stayed. The outside view is not very invite in but they have a very good gulas soup, and a tasty papricas veal steaw.
Nice place near the centre of Pest, the food is very good (try the goulash if you like it spicy!) and the waiters really niceMore
Hello Matteo A, I'm very glad to hear you enjoyed your visit and thankful for your excellent review! Unfortunately this is an old trip advisor page that we are trying to take down, we are now called "Balazs' Pesti Bistro Bar". If you could be...More
I have walked by this place and often seen it empty inside; it only seems to get some business in the terrace area during the tourist season. I finally had the chance to try it when I was with a large group looking for a...More
I visited last week (Thursday 12th May) and had a wonderful experience. The indoor area of the restaurant was full of people and the outside area was nice and quiet (and I'm a smoker) so we sat outside under the covering. The bottle of wine...More
It was an interesting experience on New Year's Eve in Pesti Bistro Bar. We had a fine dinner although we had to wait quite a lot. An athletic-looking, black hair waiter was very nice. A huge disappointment at unfair billing! We got a handwritten piece...More
The food was really tasty. Paprika chicken/catfish amd goulash are must-try as they were really tasty. We also tried the lemonade in mango, green apple and grapefruit flavour. They were all refreshing and nice. The service was really nice too! All waiters and waitresses wore...More