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Gay Hussar

A famous Hungarian restaurant in London's Soho district

This Soho standby is a perennial favorite of left wing politicians and paprika lovers. The Hungarian grub is outstanding, and the wood-paneled interior with deep red velvet cushioned benches and bow-tied service a comfortable throwback to an earlier era. Try the veal goulash with thimble egg dumplings after a bowl of the soup of the day, perhaps cold wild cherry or a light lemon and chicken.

2 Greek St. (a block off Soho Square, one block west of Charing Cross Rd.)
Tube: Tottenham Court Rd.
tel. 020-7437-0973.


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This article was last updated in August 2007. All information was accurate at the time.

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