Next door to Mazel Tov you’ll find it’s scruffier older sibling. Fogasház and Kert fits the classic ruin bar mould, housed as it is within a former dental laboratory. The aesthetic here is gritter than its Jewish-themed neighbour, complete with flaking walls, mismatched furniture and a grungier clientele. Drinks here come served in plastic cups and the food served in summer usually manifests itself in the form of retro burgers, excellent onion rings and other more down-to-earth street food. The garden is especially pleasant in the summer, with hanging bulbs dangling from its courtyard tree in front of what is best described as a circus tent.