Where to eat in Budapest?
Wondering where to eat in Budapest? In more than 3000 establishments of the city you can taste Hungarian and international cuisine.
Hungarian dishes are flavored with paprika: you should definitely try the Hungarian goulash soup with beef, onions and potatoes, chicken paprikash, Bugai carp, Hungarian sausages. As for desserts, in local establishments you can enjoy strudel, Esterhazy cake, puff pancakes.
Where to eat in Budapest inexpensively?
You can eat on a budget in the Ket Szerecsen bistro (for a glass of Tokay wine you will pay 3 euros, and for fried chicken breast with yogurt, lemon and salad - 7 euros), Paprika restaurant (goulash soup with dumplings costs about 3.5 euros, goose liver Hungarian - 12 euros), Lizard restaurant (Hungarian pork medallions cost about 8 euros, goulash soup - 3 euros), Cafe Pausa (Hungarian fish soup costs 4 euros).
Where to eat in Budapest delicious?
- Gundel: in this restaurant, in addition to all kinds of salads, meat and fish dishes, you can enjoy the signature dish - palanchiken (pancakes stuffed with cottage cheese, nuts, chocolate or vanilla sauce). These pancakes cost about 7 euros.
- Costes: This Michelin-starred restaurant offers a tasting menu - specially prepared salmon, duck liver, pear dessert with cream, chocolate and ice cream and other delicious dishes.
- Menza: This place is famous for its traditional Hungarian dishes, slightly modified by the local chef, as well as a variety of Hungarian and international wines.
Gastronomic excursions in Budapest
Gourmets and food lovers can go on a gastronomic tour of the Hungarian capital. As part of the tour, you will be able to visit the culinary school of Budapest - an experienced chef will tell you about the history of dishes and reveal the secret of some traditional recipes, as well as teach you how to cook 3-4 Hungarian dishes. At the end of the event, a self-prepared lunch awaits you (in advance, together with the chef, you will purchase products for lunch at the Central Market of the city).
If you wish, you can go on a cruise on the Danube - a romantic dinner and live music will be waiting for you on the boat.
You can come to Budapest for a food fair “Tastes of Hungary” - here you can not only taste and buy honey, homemade cheese, ham, chocolate, wine, dried fruits, but also take part in craft workshops and other entertainment events.
On vacation in Budapest, you can see cathedrals and castles, swim in the famous baths, many of which are medicinal, as well as taste national cuisine.