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Ever toasted with pálinka and tucked into chicken paprikash in a Hungarian home? Hungry for Hungary offers this experience.
We've got you covered with the go-to spots to ease those post-night-out munchies.
It started out as a pop-up pizzeria, then became a favourite at the
annual Gourmet Festival, and has been the most reliable Neapolitan pizza spot
in the party district for some time. If you don’t want a classic pizza, it’s
worth choosing buffalo mozzarella from their appetisers, pizza bread dipped in oven-baked,
sticky cheese, which you can reheat it in our own oven without any loss of
flavour. You can pick up your order from Kazinczy utca or, if you’re feeling lazy,
seek them out on Wolt or NetPincér.
Introduced real Neapolitan pizza to Budapest. Their takeaway slice bar on
downtown Madách tér moved to Buda and expanded, becoming the first pizzeria in
Hungary to receive AVPN (Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana) certification. They even offered home delivery during the spring shutdown. If you’re within easy
reach of Margit körút, you can pop in and take one home with you – or look
for them on Wolt, where they’re listed as
‘Igrn’ for some reason. In addition to pizza, you can also order great homemade
32-centimetre, light, airy pasta, rustic edges with a perfect sauce-to-topping
ratio. They offer more than 20 types of pizza, from basic Margherita to substantial
luxury varieties, thanks to an extensive and flawless menu. You can pop in for their
hand-made, heart-felt pizzas or order from Wolt.
These Italian siblings showed us that Roman-style pizza is at least as
loveable as Neapolitan – and much more suitable for home delivery, as it can be
reheated without any problems, as it was originally sold. You can pick up your
slices on Nagymező, but Wolt can also deliver.
The unforgettable pizza atmosphere is unfortunately not packed with it, but stick
on a little Claudio Baglione, lie back and think of Rome.