We Love Eating
A few steps from Batthyány Square by the Buda riverfront, Coyote café offers high-quality breakfasts in a comfortable environment. We wake up early to check it out.
Diverse restaurants across Budapest offer discount-priced “napi menü” lunches of multi-course meals, often made with seasonal ingredients – here are some of the best ones offered this week.
Surrounded by defunct factories and newly built office buildings, Malom Bistro provides fresh ideas for light meals in the Soroksári Street section of District IX. We check out this cool café.
Kontakt, the multifunctional café in Röser Courtyard between Astoria and Deák Square, offers a new specialty for iced-coffee lovers: from a nitrogen-driven tap flows high-quality cold coffee called Roket.
Elegance, sophistication, and playfulness - these are the best words we can pick to summarize the culinary experiences we gained at the newly reopened Bábel Delicate the other day.
Not long ago, one of the most active stretches of Király Street was left with a big empty storefront. Now in the former site of Minyon, this space is filled with two street-food kitchens.
As Hungary's next national Burger Days are fast approaching, we gathered a list of the city's best purveyors of juicy patties, sorted into categories in order to make your bun-biting decisions easier.
We gathered together 16 places across Budapest that create sweet treats in such novel ways that their desserts can only be described as avant-garde.
After nearly one year, the time has come that we think over how much the gastro revolution grew in Budapest. We listed our all-time oldie favourites in our year-end collection, so this time we introduce new places with some mention to familiar ones.