I have to admit in a very good sense; that if you start to chat with Ricsi while waiting for your meal you won't escape for a while. You can get to know him, make fun with him. You can basically ask anything, about his food, his life or anything about being Jewish. On top of that you get first class food.
Meet the Russian restaurant in Budapest with a Kazakh owner and an Ukrainian chef. Since the opening they have three dishes on the menu which haven't changed, the rest keeps changing. Natasa, the owner likes to sit and chat with the guests which makes the visit warm, personal and welcoming. This week we visit Budapest!