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 Jozsa Corner/Pittsburgh

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buffetbuster

Jozsa Corner/Pittsburgh Wed, 11/12/08 2:08 PM (permalink)
Even though Jozsa Corner has been around since 1988, I had never heard of it until the local newspaper recently reviewed it.

http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/08157/887458-242.stm

As far as I know, it is the only Hungarian restaurant in Pittsburgh. In case you don't want to read the entire review, it is apparently located in a house and is a one man operation. There is no menu and you are served whatever the owner feels like making. And you make an appointment, not a reservation. The place sounds interesting, to say the least.

Since I read the review, I have been aching to try the place. I will get my opportunity next Tuesday the 18th when I will be there with other family members for my mother's birthday. Needless to say, a full report along with photos will follow.

Has anyone been here before? I have heard there are similar one man restaurants around, but I have never been to one. Anyone have experiences with other one man restaurants?
 
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