First of all I dont know the prices in this restaurant because I was part of a group in organised tour. So if we assume that the prices are not so high I can say that its worth to visit. We were in a cellar...More
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It was a very pleasent evening, with tasty food, nice waiter and, especially, with traditional music of any part of Europe, which offered an excellent atmosphere. In addition, it is not to be neglected the location on the bank of Tisa.
We wanted to book a table on a Saturday for lunch, but they were fully booked. Although we could reserve one for dinner. My partner has been wanting to eat fish soup for awhile and our friend highly recommended us this place. We were very...More
This place gives a very traditional feeling, both in respect to it's decoration and menu. We had mixed fish soup which was generous in size and very tasty (after it we didn't feel hungry anymore!) and fried pork meat stuffed with ham and cheese, which...More
We knew this place was supposed to be an excellent choice for fish, but we (a group of 9) were very impressed to discover that many, many other items on their menu are sooo good. Fish soup, veal soup, turkey stew soup, veal goulash, oven-cooked...More
Halaszcsarda is the Hungarian word for fisherman's inn. Originally located along rivers or lakes, they emphasized the richness of water fauna and local ingredients. A famous Hungarian fish soup, Halaszle, (think Cioppino or Bouillabaisse) takes a unique turn in Szeged, which is the home of...More