Kisvigadó restaurant sits in a less busy part of Budapest's 11th district. It is a classic Hungarian eatery, operating since 1992 and offering traditional flavours, fair prices and warm hospitality. One of the chefs has been working here for more than 25 years, and several family members are helping out too, so you will find yourself in an authentic and homely environment. You can taste the big Hungarian classics such as chicken soup, túrós csusza (cottage-cheese pasta), tojásos nokedli (egg dumplings), or Gundel pancakes (meet-stuffed pancakes). If you are planning to visit on a weekend, make sure to book a table in advance!

Tip: After a hearty lunch, walk in the Buda Arboretum, around Feneketlen Lake, or Gellért Hill