Fasírt Kitchen got its name after a popular and nostalgic Hungarian dish, the meatball-like fasírt. In this eatery located in Paulay Ede utca, they serve multiple versions of it: You can order a six- or twelve-piece platter or try it in a hamburger. The creative, playful variants are made from beef, pork, duck or bone marrow and come with a side of sweet potatoes, beetroot salad or even tócsni, a kind of savoury potato pancake. They operate in a self-service system, where you can also pick and choose your favourite home-made sauces and spice mixes to go with your dish. They also serve a daily changing special, making it an ideal place for lunch, and a weekly offer, which can be great for dinner. You’re also in luck if you’d like a beer with it, as they have craft brews in store.