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We ate our first dinner here by ourselves after Chris’s conference ended. It was Halloween weekend.

The bistro is located at the corner of Nagymező Street and Király Street, a block or so from Andrássy út in the center of Budapest.

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We avoided a whole line of clearly touristy establishments on Liszt Ferenc tér (friendly host offering English menu, similar dishes with similar prices) and quickly ran into this place.

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It was rather early when we first arrived. But it quickly turned into a lively place full of people having a bite before going out on a Friday night.

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The place is converted from a concrete printing house with an interesting multi-level layout.

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On weekends, it hosts bands and DJs.

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The printing house had a red floor, hence the name Bordó meaning claret.

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Great ambiance but the food is not its forté. Nor did we expect it. It was priced fairly.

bordo-2Glad to have come across this place. We think someone should compile a short list of such non-touristy restaurants which are located in the touristy areas of major cities.

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