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Náncsi Nénivendéglője

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Náncsi Nénivendéglője Review

"Auntie Nancsi" has built a loyal following by serving up straightforward, home-style Hungarian dishes in rustic surroundings. Chains of paprika and garlic dangle from the low wooden ceiling above tables set with red-and-white gingham tablecloths. Big tables of Hungarian families can be found here on summer weekends enjoying well-prepared Hungarian food. Sunday chicken soup and catfish paprika are well-loved by regulars. Try the popular túrógombóc (sweet cheese dumpling) dessert; it's the biggest and best in town. There is a garden dining area open during warmer months, when reservations are essential.

    Restaurant Details

  • Jacket required.
  • Reservations essential.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 06-22-2011

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    Over rated (especially the turos gomboc)

    The atmosphere is very pleasant especially during the summer when the tables are outside under old trees. There is a wonderful playground for young children so it is ideal for families.
    The food is mediocre - the turos gomboc is terrible - this is the second review I read that mentions this particular dish. Being Hungarian and because that is one of my favorite deserts, I consider myself qualified to say that the chef should consult another cook book!
    The waiters don't seem to have much patience with guests who have a hard time making decisions.

    by Peter_Fodor, 8/13/09

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