We had dinner at the Kantin restaurant, 44 Andrassy Place (close to Ockogon), in April 2014. The three course set menu cost 2500 HUF (around Â£7). You can only pay in cash. We sat outside as it was a pleasant evening.
Our sons at Kantin
Both our sons started with Goulash Soup, which they said was good.
My husband chose three starters from a choice of six; his cheese twist was dried up. I had the Easter Ham Platter.
Easter Ham Platter at Kantin Budapest
Our son Gary had Beef Stew, which was served with barley. He said that the meat was tender and lean. I was happy with my choice of Paprika Chicken, the sauce was tasty and the accompanying pasta made it filling.
Paprika Chicken at Kantin Budapest
Whereas, my husband’s Duck Breast was served with a salad, so we had to ask for more bread.
Duck Breast at Kantin Budapest
Our son Simon’s Chicken Breast was served with a salad, but he wasn’t keen on the dressing.
Grilled Chicken at Kantin Budapest
My husband had the Cottage Cheese Dumplings for dessert. I tried them and wished I’d gone for them instead of the Carrot Cake.
Cottage Cheese Dumplings at Kantin Budapest
I thought that Â£7 a head for a three course meal was very good value for money for the central location. If you have a big appetite, choose a main course which has a carbohydrate accompaniment.
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