this past trip ate here three times all my meals were awsome.I would recommend the lamb and the duck. Also try the french onion soup.
High quality food at a beautiful ambiance with many items to select from, including alcoholic drinks, deserts and coffee. Expensive 8400 HUF per person + automatic 10% tip for the Sunday buffet and you rub elbows with local aristocrats... yet it is by far superior to a 12000 HUF+tip 8 course tasting menu deal that I had at a Buda... More
Great quality, great flavor, not much can go wrong with those two ingredients! Outdoor seating had a great atmosphere.
this is a smoked fish meal that was excellent, and enough for two of us to share (with wonderful freshly-baked rolls), leaving room for a dessert.
I have recently visited Le Bourbon, situated in the Le Meridien hotel. The dieshes and wines were excellent, even compared to the other top restaurants in Budapest. In addition, the waiters and staff were extremely polite and the prices were reasonable.
We had rather high expectations from this restaurant, having read great reviews about it. While our dinner was very nice indeed, the restaurant lacked a special atmosphere, and could've just been any generic fancy restaurant. The restaurant is located in the lobby level of the Le Méridien hotel. The service was very polite, yet not too warm. The food itself... More
Celebrated our 25th wedding anniversary and the food was absolutely wonderful. Waiters were definately five star and very attentive to our needs even when we did not know we needed something..
The restaurant was very quiet, so the maitre'd and waiter were very attentive. The Special was unavailable, so we were offered a free glass of bubbly, to help us get over it. The starters were very prettily done and very tasty and the main courses were delicious. We shared a dessert because we were full from the fairly generous portions.... More
Food is average to good, staff lack in politeness, kindness, attention...I have dined here many times and not once was satisfied with the waiters at this restaurant. To begin with they stare at you, as if to say: you are bothering me...not a smile, ever....if I want to feel ignored and sad I go to a cemetery. Once again the... More
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