“Bistro Fine”:http://www.bistrofine.hu/home is the restaurant in Hotel Moments and as I was staying there after a long day, it was lovely to not to have to walk out.
It’s a relatively small place with a central square bar. The “menu”:http://www.bistrofine.hu/uploads/file/Bistro%20Fine%20menu_eng.pdf has traditional “Hungarian”:http://www.silvertraveladvisor.com/partner/1045ew dishes but I decided to avoid pig snout stew and opted for porkling porchetta. This turned out to be a de-boned, beautifully tender pork chop, served with new potatoes, roasted peppers and beetroot.
Each dish suggested a paired wine and the merlot was a great companion to the pork.
For dessert, I chose a Hungarian special, Makos Guba, recommended and described by the waiter as bread soaked in milk for 20 minutes, topped with mascarpone and pumpkin oil. Served layered in a Kilner jar, I was advised to stir well before eating. Whilst it hadn’t sound particularly enticing, it was delicious.
This is a casual modern dining experience with a laid back atmosphere, easy listening music, subdued lighting and great service. For the better weather there is an outdoor pavement terrace.