Seven years ago, a wine club Bortársaság opened Klassz restaurant in the most fashionable street of Budapest. It is hard to find a vacant table here in the evening. The owners decided that no tables can be booked in advance. That is why you have to wait in a line. Klassz boasts of Hungarian wine assortment. You can always ask the sommelier what Tokaji wine to choose, what Kekfrankos is better or what Olaszrizling suits better the dish. On the menu you will find foie gras, consommé with chicken paste, delicate duck breast with risotto and mangalica (special breed of Hungarian pigs) with potato gratin. Compared to other joints in Budapest, the place is rather expensive (average bill is between 5,000 and 6,000 forints, which is EUR 20 per person), but the quality of food and wine is tremendous. There is also a wine store here.