A Jewish bistro serving homely cuisine, both traditional and reimagined, Macesz is located in the heart of Budapest's old Jewish Quarter, within walking distance of the Synagogue, the kosher food store and the daddy of all ruin bars, the Szimpla Kert. This bistro welcomes guests with a cosy atmosphere and affordable prices. The items on the menu suggest Jewish-Hungarian cultural co-operation: here stuffed cabbage and matzah balls co-exist in harmony. However, it's important to note that Macesz Bistro is not a strictly kosher restaurant, despite the fact that there is no pork on the menu. Beside the great food, the wine selection is excellent.