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Goulash Place

42 Highland Ave., Danbury, CT - (203) 744-1971
Posted By John Buonaiuto on 4/19/2007 5:09:00 PM
I have been going to the Goulash Place for as long as I can remember. Contrary to what the other reviewers have said, Magda was a wonderful woman who you had to get to know; once you did, you loved her. I heard that she recently passed away, which is quite sad. On to the food...

This is some of the best Hungarian food that you will ever eat in a restaurant. It's where I learned to love paprikas. Their goulashes are amazing. Everything is amazing. I will continue to eat here until the Goulash Place closes its doors for good.

If you are looking for great service and atmosphere you might want to try somewhere else. If you want GREAT Hungarian food, try the Goulash Place.

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5 - Overall: Legendary - Worth driving from anyplace
Overall: Legendary - Worth driving from anyplace
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"Transylvanian goulash is pork-perfect, slightly sweet, slightly sour, gigantically satisfying."
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"The Goulash Place Sampler Plate is a good option for people who can't decide whether they want pork, veal, or chicken. That red cabbage in the center is especially yummy."
Michael Stern


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"This is an appetizer-size portion of stuffed cabbage: delicious comfort food."
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"Inside this nut-and-sugar-covered dumpling is a lode of soft, sweet plums."
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