Hearty soup lots of vegetables. Great roll. Nice service. Clean Lots of yummy pastries to choose from.
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What a gem nestled in downtown Manchester. In Manhattan these traditional home-made treats would easily sell for double the price. Not a bad choice here. I sampled 4 different desserts -- all fresh and excellent.
We ate a cooked breakfast which was adequate with excellent coffee. The newspaper article on the wall told of the owner's dramatic escape from Eastern Europe during the Communist period. We talked to his wife and shared about our trips to Hungary and Romania and...More
Wonderful food. Chicken Schnitzel is excellent and comes with extraordinary vegetable sides. Chicken Goulash also excellent. Also pastries. Family run. Also, check out the paintings of cats in the alley just outside the restaurant.
We stopped in there for a snack and ordered pastries. They were delicious, fresh and the portions were generous. The man at the counter was very nice and friendly. They were so good that I want to go back there one day for lunch or...More
This is a small restaurant on Elm Street, the main street in Manchester. It was founded by a Hungarian immigrant. One orders at the counter and the food is brought to the table, often by the owner. The beef goulash was very tasty, and the...More
My wife and I have gone to Lala"s for breakfast a number of times and have always been satisfied. They are a takeout pastry shop but have tables and a very limited menu for breakfast, lunch, etc. We have only been there for breakfast. We...More
Love the real and authentic Hungarian food and pastries. Cute/small, not fancy, but great food. The goulash is great - often the owner is there and super cute and friendly!
Very nice friendly people and great cookies and pastries. We need to come another time to have lunch or dinner. Their menu have listed amazing dishes.
Many others have great things to say. I didnt know what to expect. They have a lot of pastries. These are family recipes