I found Onyx through a standard search on the Internet for modern cuisine. They are a one-star Michelin restaurant, and they took reservations by email. The cuisine was described as modern Hungarian, so I thought it might be a good fit. Their website also had an English version, so I didn’t think language was going to be an issue.
The restaurant is located very near the Vörösmarty tér metro stop in central Pest. It’s not a big restaurant, with about 12 tables in the front and a banquet room in the back. It was a bit formal looking and highly decorated (I thought it might be a more attractive room if the wallpaper was simpler).
While I was looking at the menu, they brought the aperitif cart by. For champagne, they had a Bollinger, but they also offered a sparkling Hungarian white, which is what I decided to have.
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