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Ristorante Da Lello

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March 26, 2018
In Budapest we have only 3 Pizzerias with wooden owen. This is one of them. Italian owner, italian quality, fantastic pizzas and pastas at a good price.
January 13, 2016
perfect italian cuisine
May 25, 2015
Very good Italian food
Dr. Tamás
Dr. Tamás
April 13, 2014
The Best Italian Place in Budapest, less than 1 min. walk
December 8, 2016
Awesome italian food

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“Proper Hungarian Fish orientated restaurant with cute garden. Great for families, a real Hungarian experience.”
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“The oldest and best all you can eat place in Budapest. Make sure you reserve in advance, and pick a table in the garden.”
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“Wonderful cakes, decent ham and egg breakfast, ice-cream and nice garden in the summer.”
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“History and Architecture of Heroes’ Square The monument was built for the 1896 Millennium celebrations, that’s why it is called Millennium Monument. Hungary celebrated the 1000th anniversary that its ancestors found a place to settle down in the Carpathian Basin. Every part of the monument plays tribute to determining parts of Hungary’s history. The memorial won the first prize at the 1900 World Exhibition in Paris. The monument was completely finished in 1929 and the square received its name then too.Gabriel Archangel's Column on Heroes' Sqr Budapest Since 2002 the Millennium Monument together with Andrásy Avenue is part of UNESCO’s prestigious World Heritage sites. The 36 m high Corinthian column dominates the square with Archangel Gabriel on its top holding St. Stephen’s Crown. According to the story, Gabriel appeared to St. Stephen in his dream and offered him the crown of Hungary. Pope Sylvester II indeed sent a crown to him acknowledging Hungary and King Stephen as a defender of Christendom. Today you can view the Holy Crown in Budapest Parliament. The equestrian statues of the seven Magyar (Hungarian) tribes’ chieftains encircle the column. The seven tribes lead by Árpád arrived first in the Carpathian Basin around 896 AD to find out whether the area was suitable for settling down. A semicircled colonnade encompasses the column with statues of Hungarian kings and heroes.”
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31 Alkotás utca
Budapest, Pest megye 1123
Telefonszám(1) 356 5851