A few years ago VígMolnár was the epitome of the negative meaning of csárda (inn). The building that had served as the miller's lodging, started to dilapidate in the 1950s and 1960s: It had to wait for a due revival until 2011, when an enthusiastic crew brought it back to life. Both the menu and the building of VígMolnár Csárda were reinvented. The place nowadays looks as a nice and cozy snow white cottage from a fairytale. One of its strongest points is the wine list, which builds on local wineries.

There is a building with thatched-roof standing next to VígMolnár, which functions as an open terrace in summer. There's a beehive oven outside, and a tile stove inside to keep the place warm in winter. The cuisine is mostly traditional, but the meals are prepared with a little twist.