Budapest Restaurants


Két Szerecsen

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Long a local favorite, Két Szerecsen keeps diners happy all day long with fresh and affordable soups, salads, and daily specials. The kitchen has a light touch with cold soups, especially the cucumber, dill, and gazpacho varieties. There's a Middle Eastern–influenced menu with meze plates like tzatziki (garlic cheese spread) topped with marinated olives, and köfte (lamb meatballs), as well as daily quiches. The cozy orange and burgundy interior has café tables and copper lamps with vintage posters on the walls. It can get a bit smoky inside in winter, but there's outdoor seating in summer. It's open daily for breakfast.

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Updated: 06-22-2011

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    The place around the cornor

    We found this restaurant quite by accident--and we were very happy that we did!! We actually went there twice because we so enjoyed it. All the people working there were young, energetic and friendly. The first time we were there, my husband had a lamb and couscous dish--he raved over it so that he ordered it again the second night we were there. The first night, I had a wonderful, light pasta dish that had sundried tomatoes in it--delicious and the perfect amount because I wasn't that hungry. The second time, I ordered a wonderful salmon dish--absolutely cooked to perfection. The only detractor for the place for us happened on the second night--we got "smoked out"--but fortunately that happened at the end of our meal--we just have a really hard time with cigarette smoke. Other than that, I would highly recommend this place.

    by lavand, 9/26/07

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