Built in the 18th century, the Baroque style Kisfaludy House Restaurant was originally the press house of Sándor Kisfaludy. The restaurant is not far from the Szegedy Róza House, the one-time home of the poet and his wife, which today functions as a literary and wine museum.

The eatery was renovated in 2014 and that is also when it was taken over by new management. Standing on the Badacsony hilltop, it awaits guests with excellent Hungarian dishes and a beautiful panorama.

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