This place looks more like a bistro / restaurant than a beer pub. They had 7 active taps when I was there but nothing in the way of bottles that I could see; all taps were hungarian craft. The two / three beers that I tried were all pretty good. Service was decent. Didn't try the food. Prices were good. Not bad, worth a visit if in the area.
Visited on 25th May 2017. In a block of quite a few decent venues this is the place I liked the most. It’s got a nice modern feel to it, plenty of seating on ground floor plus upstairs, a great range of Hungarian craft beer on tap, the range had beers we didn’t see in many other places and some interesting stuff, service was good, prices good value. If want some good Hungarian craft beer then this is a really good start.
In the "beer belt" of Budapest, with plenty of bricks wood metal and concreate. Quite stylish. They have up to 16 taps of entirely Hungarian craft beer and these were beers that I did not generally see in the rest of the city, so plenty of ticks. Friendly staff and good service. Solid wi-if too. The food looked good but I didn’t eat. They were serving food pretty late though which is a bonus. I look forward to many more visits here in the years to come.
A beer-oriented restaurant across the street from Csak a jo sor. If it weren’t for that it wouldn’t really be worth the hike. Good selection, but many of the same beers as most of the other places in town. Tasty burger, but this was served with exactly three (3!) french fries. What the heck?