They tend to specialise in duck, so if you are there, then give the duck with sweet potato and sage a try. From the starters, I would highly recommend the scallops, squid pasta with mango chutney and pistachio as this very brave combination offers a blast of flavour. I did not have the duck but, opted instead for the veal fillet, which came with roasted goose liver, fresh spinach, dried tomato and potatoes. A wonderful dish that was not too heavy so that I had place for dessert (the chocolate soufflé and macaron).
But, don’t let a big meal scare you off…there are wine events you can visit and to accompany these tastings, you can opt for the simpler wine ‘bites’ that come in three variations. Borbirosag, found at Csarnok tér 5 in Budapest is a wonderful place to try if you don’t want to feel like a tourist…and let’s face it…we all want that!
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