706/708 Smithfield Rd, Edensor Park NSW 2176, Australia
708 Smithfield Road Edensor Park NS
(02) 9610 6226
Saturday 12:00 – 10:00 PM
Sunday 12:00 – 6:00 PM
C Wright said 2 years ago
Thr best Hungarian food outside of Hungary. Great food, cheap drinks and wonderful service.
Gee Kovats said 2 years ago
Yummy food, great Hungarian hospitality and happy atmosphere!
Attila The Hun said 4 years ago
The food is always fresh and taste like good wholesome food Mama used to make. People are genuine , directors care about the club and the pensioners that go there.prices are excellent and affordable so that seniors can enjoy a night out. The style of cooking is southern hungarian style which has a richer taste. Club is very clean and inviting.ive had better food here that in any eastern suburbs hungarian restaurants, or any of hungarian venue in fact. You can see the difference in this club to others, this is run from the heart. Reading the previous review I wouldn't take note of it as undoubtedly the person writing it has no experience in running and keeping a venue running a profit hence his sa attic comments to sadly discredit this club and possibly take over.this club has survived over 30 years.
Jessica Anne said 3 years ago
Great Club, tasty food! Reminds me of back in the day at mamas
Tamas Zentai said 5 years ago
The Club need renovation,deffinitly runed down!The Kitchen some food is good some not either near by to the Hungarian Food.The chef are amateor! Small money,wrong Directors.
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