You’ll find the Rosenstein restaurant in the romantically shabby neighbourhood around Keleti station, which lends a singular charm, reminiscent of early 20th-century Budapest. It has six rooms on two floors, suitable for hosting private events. The owner, Tibor Rosenstein, prefers homely flavours, and his credo is that restaurants are not only places for feasting, but also for recharging the soul and the spirit. In addition to the better-known dishes of Hungarian cuisine, the menu includes specialities, such as a heavenly cholent and other Jewish delicacies. The menu is long and has a rich selection of wines from the top cellars of Hungary.
Ensō brings the atmosphere of Japanese izakaya.