After Hungarian chef Tamás Széll earned first prize in last year’s Bocuse d’Or European semifinals, he launched his own restaurant in the Downtown Market.
Avoid a hangover by lining your stomach with tasty treats from some of the city’s finest after-hours eateries, which eagerly welcome staggering snackers.
During the annual Goût de France event on Tuesday, many eateries pamper the taste buds of Budapest’s gourmet crowds citywide with flavorful French dinners.
After recently introducing Sunday brunches, this delightfully dilapidated party place expands its culinary offers with lunches served every day of the week.
Spicy feasts from the East can be savored for less than 1,500 forints at these Indian restaurants, in some cases including vegetarian and meaty menu items.
An unusual culinary hotspot offers two treats that we wouldn’t ordinarily combine – scrumptious cakes and craft beers – to create an ultimate date destination.
Budapest Makery opened in February with a globally unique concept – here, guests are in charge of cooking dishes themselves, but not cleaning up afterwards.
The 2017 Michelin Guide is now released, and while Hungary lost a star for the first time, Fricska Gastropub received a coveted Bib Gourmand recommendation.