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This restaurant is not a single one but you can find many of the same name in the city center. You can basically choose the all you can eat and drink menu and you need to help yourself and take the food from the buffet. The good thing is that you can try most of the traditional Hungarian dishes but in the case that you don't like the local food you can enjoy international in the same time. These all you can eat and drink courses including alcohol drinks , such as beer, champagne, wine costs about €20 per person.
If you're up for some kind of local and a little bit retro style experience then check out this restaurant. It is located on the busiest square of Budapest where it's quiet difficult to find an empty table in the peak hours. You can enjoy here traditional Hungarian dishes such as beef stew, goulash soup or sour stuff cabbage. The prices are not extremely high here, almost the same as any of the city center restaurants an average meal here costs about €15.
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I recommend this restaurant for those who like to experience and eat their meals as our ancestors in the medieval times have eaten. They used to have a kind of strict regulation that you were not allowed to eat using knives and forks, so you had to dine using your hands. As I remember this regulation however has gone, but if you use your hands nobody will be surprised. The food here is kind of very heavy so vegetarians might find it difficult to choose from the menu. I highly recommend the rabbit and the deer here, most of the time they come out on wooden plate and some salad on the side. I also have to admit that this one is much more expensive than the previous ones you need to spend at least €25-€30 on a regular meal excluding drinks. If you have any question regarding restaurants in Budapest, feel free to send me a mail on firstname.lastname@example.org .