A restaurant has stood on this corner since 1804. Macesz huszar - matzo hussar - is a nickname neighbourhood Jewish kids used to bestow on one other. "Oh, you're a real matzo hussar". Cute, just like their hussar on a rocking horse logo. This establishment quite rightly prides itself on reinvigorating traditional Hungarian Jewish cuisine. Now, Jewish doesn't necessarily mean Kosher, though of course there's no pork on the menu, and the meats are all Halal prepared. With their degustation menu, you can sample modern interpretations of time honoured recipes by their young chef, including starters like their stuffed goose gizzard at 1 590 HUF, mains like the Jerusalem mix for 2 890 HUF, and to cap it all off flodni for dessert at 1 190 HUF. A small and cosy place, with embroidered tablecloths, serving comfort food at its best.