A classy, yet casual restaurant equally perfect for romantic dinners and grandiose events. Lounge is a hip indoors location with a magnificent view. The 170 people capacity and stylish but not too flashy interior design makes the Lounge Room a truly lavish Budapest restaurant.
Those looking for a spacious meeting room in the city can hardly find a more scenic location than this slick venue, floating on the Danube. With massive TV sets, talented bar mixers and a panoramic view to the Buda Castle, the Matthias Church and the Fisherman’s Bastion, look no further for your perfect restaurant experience in Budapest!
There is a place on the Danube in the heart of Budapest, where impeccable service, mighty gastronomical pleasures and a jaw-dropping panorama lives together in perfect harmony.
Prepare for live piano music, a gold-emblazoned, lavish interior and exquisite elegance as you enter the jazzy realm of the Café Room! This 120-seater venue is a Budapest fine-dining restaurant in its essence, ideal for family dinners, business meetings or more ambitious programs such as weddings and balls. The real treat however is the view. Browse our extensive wine list offering the best of Hungarian wineries as you enjoy an endless panorama of the fabulous Buda Hills right outside your window.
Picture a room with windows instead of walls, a calm island amidst the busy metropolis overlooking the must-see attractions of Budapest! Offering a more intimate and laid-back experience with its 80-person capacity, the snow-white interior of Winter Garden makes it one of a kind for fine dining in Budapest on a dreamy winter night. Not strictly for the cold months however, heating and air-condition turns the garden into an equally pleasant haven all-throughout the year.
Want to know what we mean when we say classy Budapest restaurant? English-style, elegant leather armchairs, a bar stacked with premium liqueur and, what else, a man-sized humidor displaying your favorite types of cigars. A more impressive location for a birthday or a conference in Budapest is difficult to imagine.