To eat at Jozsa in Hazelwood, you’ll need a reservation, enough cash to cover the meal, and a party of four or more. Meals are served family-style, with the chef putting out whatever Hungarian dishes he feels like cooking that night. That will almost always include specialties like paprikás csirke (chicken paprikash), lángos (fried bread), and Transylvanian goulash. Bring people who have a hard time deciding what to order, but are down to eat anything that’s put in front of them.
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