A tad tricky to find, Ellátó Kert is nestled within a square, in a square. Look out for the abattoir type plastic curtains and bizarre painted murals, and you’ve arrived.
The seating area is mainly outside for the summer times, but the locals have clubbed together to fashion a makeshift roof, so you’re able to sit outside without freezing your tits off during the winter, touché. The colourful décor, table football and ping pong make it feel a bit like a primary school, and the hot young crowd quickly get rowdy.
Oddly, ruin pubs are not able to sell lemonade yet so we enjoyed their homemade version (tonic water and crushed fresh oranges and lemons) with vodka. The bar staff are a friendly bunch and peer-pressured us into drinking dangerous amounts of pálinka shots - clearly enjoying our shot faces a bit too much, but who can blame them? Take note, they have a discount on beer on Fridays.