New Years Day - special offer and opening hours

Celebrate new years day with us! We wait our guests in New York Café with special menues and changed opening hours.

New Years Day - special offer and opening hours





New York Café: 9 am -12 am, Breakfast
12 am -12 pm: New Year’s Day menu, drinks a la carte.
Salon Restaurant: 1st and 2nd January: CLOSED









JANUARY 1, 2018



Pork paté with pickled onion and lentils – 4500 HUF    

Cold gooseliver with pear and anis flavoured apricot jam – 5800 HUF   

Rabbit pâté with mustard, capers flavoured potato vinegrette – 5200 HUF  

Spinach brũlée, soft egg, and sheep milk cheese – 4600 HUF 

Cabbage soup with fresh sourcream – 2800 HUF

Main courses:

Crispy pork ribs, potato salad with onions – 6800 HUF    

Lamb roast with rosemary and lentils – 6400 HUF     

Lentil pottage and smoked mangalica spare ribs – 6100 HUF    

Grilled trout filet with green bean risotto – 6800 HUF

New York Café dessert selection - A la carte
Wine selection: A la carte

Our prices include VAT and we charge a 15% service fee for food and beverages.

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