The menu had a fair amount of choices as far as salads, burgers, sandwiches and wraps, and even some fork & knife options. One thing I wasn't expecting was the handful of Hungarian menu items, and I made a snap decision to order the Chicken Paprikash. The food took a little longer than I'd have liked to come out, but it gave us time to get our shop talk out of the way.
The menu didn't note what my dish came with, aside from Texas toast - so I just hoped and prayed that the little dumplings served with the chicken were gnocchi and not wheat pasta dumplings. Either way, I was eating them, because the chicken was gnarly. It had a consistency somewhere between chicken thighs and the overly-processed, mechanically-separated stuff that comprises the "grilled chicken breasts with rib meat" that you find in the freezer section. The sauce was decent, but not on par with other similar Hungarian sauces I've had. I'd love to show you a photo, but blogger is STILL being a dick and only the top third of the photo will upload.
Service was decent enough, but price points were a little out of range for the food you're getting - mostly due in part to the area you're in and your lack of options. Next year, I'll just eat at one of the 20 places *inside* the Columbus Convention Center.
2.5 out of 5 sporks!