I think that the best feature of Budapest is that somehow almost every defect of it turns into something great, just like Kőleves Kert. It is ‘built’ on a dilapidated empty plot in one of the best party streets of the city, next to its ‘mother’, Kőleves Restaurant, and became one of the nicest and happiest place to go.
It looks like a scene of the 80s countryside: everything is a bit old, a bit shabby, but somehow it works. The colorful, but slightly worn garden chairs are all over the place, at the bar people can sit on swings, there is a baby-pool to cool your feet, and if you are tired, you can take a fast afternoon-nap in a hammock.
At night it becomes even more peaceful with the colorful lights. Here you can relax, even if it is in the middle of the party district, have some beer or fröccs at an affordable price, and even eat something great like tócsni (traditional meal made from potato) or a Kőburger.