The owners of downtown’s IGEN pizzeria decided to go beyond Italian gastronomy and explore delights of French cuisine by opening a “crêperie” at Madách Square.
Every summer, we set out to discover the most finger-lickin’ ice cream in Budapest. Here are 20 of this year’s best confectioneries offering frosty delights.
The holy trinity of a BBQ Pit Box, assorted craft beers, and a creative kitchen led by chef Ádám Németh awaits guests at downtown Pest’s newest gastro bar.
The city’s newest rooftop bar is an exclusive alfresco lounge overlooking Vörösmarty Square, serving excellent wines and cocktails to sip amid stunning views.
Found in the Downtown Market, the constantly crowded restaurant of Hungarian Bocuse d’Or winner Tamás Széll is now open on Fridays and Saturdays until 10 pm.
A youthful eatery moved into the historic Várkert Bazaar building, with ceiling-high windows and plants, and exciting fusion cuisine cooked by Italian chefs.
The past few months have been buzzing with news about freshly opened coffeehouses in diverse Budapest locations. We visited them all and picked our favorites.
From the 29-meter-tall rooftop of Hotel President, the panorama is mesmerizing. Here we not only enjoy views, but delicious dinners and cocktails, as well.