If you’re near the Basilica and would prefer a bigger place than Basil Ica the snack bar, head to Most for a contemporary bistro vibe.
But what does that even mean? By experience, I would say the feeling you get when you enter and see is this place mixes professionalism with taking life easy. The restaurant area feels like a combination of a ruin pub with a canteen: the result is fancy but friendly.
The menu is great: you have a choice between a la carte dishes and also an inexpensive 2 or 3 course meal (entrée, main dish and dessert). You can also opt for the daily soup, pasta, fish or dessert which are written on the wall so that everyone can see. The options include Hungarian, Italian and even Indian dishes, suited to all tastes. Last time, I had spicy corn soup and pasta with chicken and cream – so simple yet so subtle, I was blown away.
Every dish looks and tastes amazing, Most takes the presentation and the raw materials very seriously. Even during rush hours, everything is served fast and without any disruption. Another of Most’s strong points: a professional and well-mannered staff who whirl around so that you can enjoy your meal and the atmosphere.