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Café Kör

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Café Kör Review

The wrought-iron tables, vaulted ceilings, and crisp white tablecloths give this chic bistro a decidedly downtown feel. In the heart of the busy Fifth District, Café Kör is ideal for lunch or dinner when touring nearby St. Stephen's Basilica, although it's best to go early, since the place enjoys a loyal local following. True to bistro aspirations, the daily specials are scribbled on the wall, in both Hungarian and English. Let the friendly waitstaff guide you—even if steamed leg of veal sounds a bit less than tempting, it's heavenly. Grilled ewe-cheese salad is a favorite with regulars.

    Restaurant Details

  • Reservations essential.
  • No credit cards.
  • Closed Sun.
Updated: 12-19-2013

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    everything is great - except teh comfort

    go here, and safely order just about anything on the menu - BUT - the tables for 2 have no room for your legs, and the chairs are not comfortable.

    Mushroom soup was very good, as were grilled vegies, pike, etc. Would go back

    by brphilly, 6/22/08
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    Best of the Rest

    A short walk from the Kempenski Hotel. This was the best dinning experience we enjoyed in Budapest. Small and intimate but the service was superb as was each course. The menu was varied and prices very good for the area. We were a group of eight and each course was terrific. Good reccomendations for the wine also. I would visit again tomorrow if in my home town.

    by oandw, 11/21/07
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    Reservation is a must

    The food is good. Not to win some culinary competition, but very good. Excellent service. Closed on Sundays and full all other days.

    by mian11224, 11/13/07

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