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HBH Restaurant and PubThe guide was updated:
*Don't make the mistake of thinking Palinka is like the sticky sweet "schnapps" sold in some less authentic places. Hungarian Palinka is more like Grappa, Eau de Vie, Slivovitz, or Rakia - not for the fans of alcopops. In 2010, small home-brewed product was legalised for sale, not just private consumption, meaning that it can be bought commercially which gives rise to a wide variety of flavours and styles, none of them for the faint hearted.