Go Here: Weird Medieval Restaurant in Budapest
It’s kind of hard to explain why I ended up going on a free trip to Budapest when I was 19, especially the part about staying in a really old castle full of very un-fun missionaries. I spent a lot of time hiding in the woods behind the castle smoking cigarettes and listening to my discman, but hey, free trip! While in Budapest though, I found this place, which makes Medieval Times look like the lamest excuse for a theme restaurant, ever.
Sir Lancelot Lovagi Étterem is a Medieval restaurant we stumbled upon in downtown Budapest that looks like it’s been around before the term Medieval; back when it was just a normal restaurant. The walls are lined with actual flaming torches, and the waitresses may be in costumes, but they’re not the corny kind; they even look like they might be sort of filthy. Here’s some babes for you:
Apparently this place has “some of the best beer in the world,” but again, i was with missionaries. They do have this weird giant board of meat that you can order, which is so big that they have to slide it down the entire length of the table, when they serve it. The meats are mostly unidentifiable, and I apparently ate some rooster balls. I’m at peace with it.
If you find yourself on the Danube River, this is definitely worth a visit. According to their indecipherable Hungarian website, they even have special birthday…things…?
Dear Madam, Dear Sir, your birthday I hold it to your friends at home do not miss! unwanted side I have a good one! Sweepstakes is 5000 HUF good. Where’s birthday dinner at least 3 friends with our holding, 1-1 main dishes eaten such will surprise you with a £ 5,000-a voucher that can be used after the birthday feast in the restaurant (the 2014th April 30ig).The offer is valid all year in 2012, the birthday certificate.(The action of the illustrious days before and 5 days after you meant.)
Thanks, Google Translate.