Mátyás Pince (Mathias Cave Restaurant), which was opened at the Pest end-abutment of Elisabeth Bridge in 1904,was named after the king of the Hungarians, Mathias. In the historical environment of Mathias Cave you can enjoy true Hungarian hospitality that is famous for its heartiness, excellent foods and wines. It is not without avail that our restaurant enjoys popularity all over the world because we are looking forward to our guests with traditional Hungarian flavours and the noble juices of the Hungarian wine-growing regions and all of this is accompanied by the world-famous Déki Lakatos Sándor and his orchestra in the evening and at weekends, at noon and in the evening. The foods and drinks are served by waiters and waitresses in period dresses that increases the effect of the atmosphere. The wonderful lead-glass windows and mural paintings of the restaurant reflect the scenes of the life of Mathias King. The air-conditioned halls of the restaurant insure excellent places to banquets, family and business lunches.