Indeed it is a "Hungarian quarter", featuring creatively updated traditional dishes like fogas from Lake Balaton with garlic risotto, smoked pork tongue with radish salad and pig knuckle in "Mrs. Pék's style". Also very Hungarian, and very well chosen, is the wine list, with vintners from several regions represented. Ask the staff to guide you through a liquid tour of the Hungarian countryside. Though the name has changed, the management and the chef remain, and they continue to run a laid-back establishment with a lovely riverside terrace, perfectly located for sipping summer whites and rosés. It's open noon to midnight and makes an excellent choice for a meal near the Great Market Hall.
Budapest Business Journal / 2015. 05. 08. / www.bbj.hu