When we entered the restaurant the place was completely empty! I mean nobody was in, besides the waitress. This should have been the sign to leave, but we decided to stay since our taxi left already. We are Hungarian citizens and we were on our honeymoon in Los Angeles, so believe me we know when a Hungarian restaurant is good or not. We started asking in Hungarian if it was possible to dine on the terrace, since you can smoke on terraces in LA. The waitress answered that she couldn't speak Hungarian. When we asked if it was cold on the terrace, she answered 'it's the same temperature as outside'! We decided to sit on the terrace and the waitress came back after 5 minutes giving us the menu and our drinks. I asked her were she came from and she answered from Russia, Moscow. After 5 minutes she came back and asked if we decided already. We said not yet and she went back in. 5 minutes later she came back with a face like 'made your decision or not'! We did and my wife took the 'korozott' sort of blended goat cheese and I took the 'Hortobagy palacsinta'. Her dish was fine, mine not really and far from a real 'Hortobagy palacsinta' and very fat! As main course my wife took the roasted duck and I took the stuffed cabbage. The duck was over cooked and a bit green inside! The stuffed cabbage was extremely fat and far from tasty. Our waitress was very rude and when she came back to gather our more or less still full plates, she didn't asked if the food was good or not. Obliviously she could have seen that we didn't eat their food at all, but it would have been a nice question from her side. When she offered us the dessert menu, we kindly asked her to call a taxi for us. We refused to stay here longer! She called a taxi, we paid and runned afterwards to the toilet in our hotel to get rid of this awful food! So please, please, we beg you DON'T GO AND EAT HERE! It's a waste of money, time and costs you afterwards the same amount of money on toilet paper.
Pros: I don't know, maybe the view of the street from the terrace?