|Cuisine Type |||Hungarian|
|Ambiance |||Good For Kids, Casual, Family Style|
|Meals Served |||Light Meals/Snacks, Lunch, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Full Bar, Party Space, Wheelchair Accessible|
|Payment |||Interac, MasterCard, American Express, Visa|
|Cross Street |||9 Street|
|Tues – Fri 11:30AM–2PM, Tues – Sat 5PM–9PM, Sun 5PM – 9:30PM|
Profile Last Updated: May 25, 2009
Everything on the menu here reflects the heritage behind this restaurant. The interior is cozy and packed with traditional Hungarian décor. For a light lunch or as a starter, try out the cucumber in yogurt salad or the Hungarian bean goulash. Entrées include Hungarian cabbage rolls and the Wiener schnitzel from pork with homemade potato. Vegetarians can still get a taste of Hungary with the mushroom paprikash or pasta with feta cheese and dill. The standout, as expected, is Jonas’ delicious chicken paprikash served with house-made dumplings – a true Old World meal.
Real Hungarian Cooking
For dinner try out the beef stew, which is served with egg drop noodles. The menu itself shows the authenticity of every dish, and includes their translations from Hungarian to English. Jonas’ also offers fresh daily specials, ranging from the gourmet roasted duck with potatoes and red cabbage, to the down-home hearty creamed lentils and roasted sausage. Make sure to inquire ahead to know what day offers your favourite dish.
Round out your meal with Jonas’ fresh homemade crepes or ice cream. For a real treat, try Sljivovica – aged plum brandy, or Unicum, the Hungarian national bitter drink consisting of distilled herbs, which are matured in oak casks for months. For non-alcoholic beverages espresso and cappuccinos are offered. All menu items are available in both small and regular sizes.