Ráday utca is a lengthy thoroughfare in Ferencváros, connecting Kálvin tér with Boráros tér. Ráday is often referred to as a restaurant street, and it is worthy of the name as it is indeed rich in great spots. For example, there’s Costes, a Michelin-starred restaurant (near the Small Boulevard), then, not far from there, Café Delion, a Hungarian-style gastro pub, and Holló és Róka, the first raclette place in town. The culinary selection of the street also includes authentic Asian pancakes, ice pops and bubble waffles. Besides all the restaurants and cafés, there is also the Ferencvárosi Helytörténeti Gyűjtemény (History Museum), the Ráday Könyvtár (Library) and Károli Gáspár University’s Faculty of Theology.
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