A family-run tapas bar on a charming side street in the up-and-coming part of District 8. One can't fail to pick up on the clues that a family business is busy at work here: mother taking orders, son serving food, and father behind the bar of course. The best tapas include the staple, pimientos de Padrón (fried peppers), the shrimp marinated in garlic chili olive oil, and the basque sausage, which is close to being as good as it gets. In case you were wondering, they've a selection of Spanish wines and beers to wash down the treats. The restaurant is tiny and fills up quickly, so make sure to book early. Once in the hood, walk around Horánszky, Múzeum, and Bródy Sándor streets towards the National Museum with eyes wide open to observe the monumental buildings erected for the Hungarian nobility before WWI. Padron's street used to be called "little Vatican", and today many of these ornate buildings (once again) belong to the church, that's why it's so quiet at night.