A small, romantic spot in the historic setting of the Castle District, the Pierrot is a few metres from the Hilton Buda hotel, Matthias Church and the Fishermen’s Bastion. Stepping inside, a friendly, homely yet elegant interior welcomes you, enhanced with matching furniture and artworks depicting Pierrot the clown. The brief menu is full of seasonal options, colourful and aromatic. All ingredients here are high-quality, and they often experiment, reinventing a classic dish (for instance traditional Hungarian cabbage noodles served in cylinder-shaped dough, flavoured with Tokaji). The Pierrot Café Restaurant also has excellent wines from around Europe and its garden is ideal on a warm summer evening.