Some things never change. There is a restaurant in Budapest where communism is still alive and well - at least in appearances. The red star over the old entrance of Marxim has been shining bright in Kisrókus Street for more than 20 years. But there's no need to be afraid. It's only the looks that remind us of the bygone era, everything else is rotten capitalism. The dishes and the service comply perfectly with the norms of the current era. Prices are wallet-friendly and the pizzas baked on spot come with a small bottle of home-made tomato sauce that you can apply in harmony with your preferences. In addition, Marxim also offers a daily menu and draft beer.