A very Good place for a quick bite. Food is good but could be better. You get what you pay for. Service is friendly and fast. Nice place to eat. Especially after a day of sightseeing in the city center.
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When traveling there are places that cater to tourist ... and there are places that honor the soul of the place you are visiting . Terv Presszo honors its country in the most authentic and subtle way. They get two big things right ... the...More
This little place could make you think that you were in Budapest during the Soviet era. The decor is hip-retro. The food is a mix of traditional Hungarian and more modern choices. Of course, there's traditional beef goulash (served in an old fashioned kettle). Yet...More
Sometimes I wonder what people eat if this is the best food they had. Chicken paprikash was really average. Only chicken breast! No taste you usually get from bony parts. Gulash was rather watery. On the positive side, service was nice.
My husband and I spent a fabulous Friday evening at Terv. The food was great (I had the Chicken Paprikas and he had the Pörkölt). The service was terrific also - our waitress was Diana and did a great job. Best of all, there was...More
Old style Hungarian Café, interesting décor good basic food. Service good and helpful. Always has customers
We have visited during the weekend so it was a little crowded but at about 4 on it was fine and we found a free table. I had letcho with bread and it was amazingly tasty. My girlfriend had pasta with cottage cheese and bacon...More
We loved our visit here. We stopped for a drink, but the service was so good and the food smelled divine. We decided to stay and eat after all, and boy were we happy we did. The food was served hot, and both waitresses were...More
We tried this little restaurant on the basis that every time we walked past, no matter what time of day, it was busy - so we figured it had to be good. How right that assumption was. My friend had the ghoulish soup, which she...More