Welcome to the
Welcome to the

Our guests – people on way to the Lake Balaton, businessmen, truck drivers and citizens of Székesfehérvár – all find a great selection of excellent food: stew, goulash, dishes prepared in our open kitchen, confit goose leg and so on.


We prepare coffee from our own blend produced and roasted by Dethlefsen & Balk in Hamburg especially for us. The coffee made from this wonderful blend is mild and creamy, at the same time it is brewed to be a bit stronger to keep travellers awake. We offer a wide choice of Nespresso as well.


We serve fresh, hand made pastry. We use high quality flour from Szabó Malom to create our appetizing items like brioche, croissant, milk-loaf, bread, pretzel, cheese and pumpkin seed biscuit ‘pogacsa’… The legendary cinnamon roll and the cottage-cheese filled pastry have been prepared by auntie Erzsi for 25 years.

Service Area

You can literally relax in the service area at Székesfehérvár. While your electric car is being charged, your children can play at the children’s corner. We also provide free wifi, shower and spotless baby changing table. There is a customer service office of the National Toll Payment Authority in the building.

M7 Bistro

Attila Szakály, restaurant manager: I am extremely happy to have a wonderful team, excellent professionals and a magnificent chef supporting us in being the best. Both my father and grandfather have been restaurant managers so the M7 Bistro is not merely a financial or professional investment – we can rely on experiences of several generations. Before making an important decision, I always try to imagine what I would need if arriving as guest. Managing a restaurant as big as this is a tremendous job requiring enormous amount of time and energy – yet I love every minute of it! Praising words from repeat customers represent huge recognition just like the fact that acclaimed artists, actors, athletes and celebrities often stop at our bistro especially to enjoy our services, food, coffee or cakes.

Best highway restaurant in Hungary. Twice.