Kőleves, situated on the ruin pub-heavy Kazinczy Street, looks and tastes like a dime-a-dozen restaurant, but right behind mediocrity there's a true downtown treasure, a chilled open-air nook called Kőleves Garden. During the warmer months, university students and romancing couples frequent this silent shelter, where you can sit down on one of the colorful chairs or the swings swaying at the counter, though the tiny pebbles covering the ground might sneak into your slippers.
The restaurant itself housed in the building of an old kosher meat plant, where in addition to a seasonally changing menu, they also offer meat and vegetarian lunch menus on weekdays for a really affordable price, complete with a jug of syrup. Kőleves also has an additional, unique venue, which is none other than the Barkas parking on Kazinczy Street, which anyone can reserve for a romantic dinner.
The upper floors of the building give place to rooms and exhibition spaces for rent.