I've seen this place mentioned a few times so when I drove by it the other day in Brighton Center I recognized it. It looked inviting so Mrs. s and I stopped in and really enjoyed the results. The place is a Hungarian-French restaurant with a Middle Eastern influence. We weren't that hungry so we skipped the mushroom appetizer which looked quite good. My wife had a beef stoganoff made with filet mignon. I had rahm schnitzel. The secret about this place is both the quality of the meats and the consistancy of the sauces (the French influence). My dish came with a mushroom paprikash reduction sauce which was out of this world. The sauce on my wife's dish was also made with the same care and was also very tasty. The room is small, intimate (about eight tables), and very comfortable. People were very charming. Who knew this about Brighton and so close to Coolidge Corner.