Budapest

Lövőház utca’s Good Karma Kitchen stands out of the other restaurants offering Indian cuisine with its “fast casual” style. Here you don’t need to wait long to be served, but it’s not a fast food restaurant either, as the food here is always freshly made with quality ingredients. You can put together what’s on your plate: first you choose a base (dosa roll, basmati plate, roti wrap or salad), which you can combine with chicken tikka, roasted cauliflower bites or minced lamb kebab. Most dishes contain chili chutney, but there are options without it for children, and these menus also include a complementary dessert. Instead of loyalty points, at Good Karma you can collect your good deeds into a booklet and exchange them for various awards.

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