After some light unpacking and a 2 hour nap we are off to stock the apartment with basic supplies and provisions for tomorrow's breakfast. Bence told us of a store less than three blocks away and we have no trouble finding it. It is one of the Spar chain of stores, small, but with all that we need to get us started. We walk home with a full bag of groceries and six 1.5L bottles of water which all told cost us 8,350 forint ($30 dollars).
After storing the groceries our attention turns to dinner - William is starving and I am very hungry. We consult TripAdvisor for restaurants nearby and choose Fuego, which looks to be a fast-casual spot. Happily we find out that it has full service. We are offered a table for two near the front and quickly order glass of wine, a pint of beer, a whole chicken and some crispy potatoes. As we later overhear the waiter telling some people who have wandered in "If you like chicken, this is the place for you. If you don't like chicken, this is not the place for you". We like chicken and this in the perfect place for us this evening. The drinks arrive within three minutes and the meal seven minutes later. Admittedly we are very hungry, but the chicken is flavorful, moist and delicious - we eat all but one thigh before we stroll back to the apartment full and happy. We crash into bed.