I had a business meeting on the Buda side and afterwards, we went for a nice lunch. Where it was, I have no idea. I do know it was south of the main area, about a 20 minute drive from there to the center of town. The address – Érem utca 2.
It’s quite a nice place, set in a residential neighborhood, you would never know it’s there until you go into a small car park, and there it is!
A path leads you to an inside and an outside. With such a lovely unexpected March day in Budapest, we sat outside. A menu in Magyar! I still am a little confused about their Lemonade. I think it’s Lemon Juice with Soda Water and then flavorings. Anyway, this is the Sour Cherry one. Awesome and good for gout!Started out with a lovely Vadmalacleves erdei gombákkal, tárkonyos galuskával (Wild Boar Ragout with Mushrooms and some Tarragon noodles). Nice, and tastes lighter than it looks. Good flavor! For a main, I didn’t want to go with heavy meats. Instead, I went for some more fish. This time it was Bőrén sült fogasfilé zsályás házi rösztivel, csiperkés furmintmártással, or Pike Perch with furmint wine sauce creamed with champignon mushrooms served with a sage rosti. This was pretty darn good. The rosti was pretty heavy, as was the cream. I am not used to seeing a heavy cream sauce with fish though, but this worked. Out of nowhere rises good food, and this place was definitely that!