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“When having opened Menza, we wanted to create a place where you can enjoy a traditional Pest style dining experience with a grand café-restaurant quality service. With our name and interior we salute the beloved retro era. Come and enjoy a perfect coffee on our terrace and taste delicious Hungarian dishes.”
  • Von 201 Einheimischen empfohlen
Konzerthalle
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“Perfect place for a drink during the afternoon, or a concert in the evening. Nice and yound atmosphere.”
  • Von 113 Einheimischen empfohlen
Jüdisches Restaurant
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“Mazel Tov is an open hearted cultural space in the city's center, a streamlined and comforting place focusing on gastronomy in the 7th district, in the middle of the historically Jewish quarter, today's downtown's night-life center. This urban, recreational, dog-friendly garden laden with planted herbs and trees is transformed into a garden party location in the evenings. We wish to establish an informal, casual atmosphere, an easily digestible urban meeting point, which transforms into one of the most intimate and greenest arbors at dusk, every day of the week.”
  • Von 106 Einheimischen empfohlen
Café
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“A very elegant and traditional coffee house, since 1870 – traditional cakes in a new shape. ”
  • Von 116 Einheimischen empfohlen
Pizzeria
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“The mile-long Király Street is flourishing and buzzing with activity. This street is of historical significance and is perpendicular to Kazinczy Street. It's also one of the entrances to the passage known as Gozsdu Udvar, which feels like an entirely separate hub of the city. In addition to the shops, hostels, restaurants, bars, bistros, and teahouses, the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music also help to shape the street's cultural character. In the winter months, Király Street is defined by the Christmas lights and the smell of roasted chestnuts. From spring, it's the territory of tourists and locals in search of fun spots for a day or night out.”
  • Von 102 Einheimischen empfohlen
Fussgängerzone
“Great place to shop for international brands! ( for example: Tommy Hilfiger, Nike, Massimo Dutti, Benetton, Zara)”
  • Von 50 Einheimischen empfohlen
Italienisches Restaurant
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“Opened in 2002, Trattoria Pomo D'Oro is a wildly popular Italian restaurant in Budapest's downtown that marries a red-sauce, old-school Italian trattoria with a modern restaurant. This means that the place draws everyone from middle-class Hungarian families looking for Italian comfort food to foodies, business customers, and tourists. As a result, the ever-expanding space, which has managed to retain a cozy vibe, is packed to capacity with a mixed crowd every day of the week. While not cheap by Budapest standards—mains range from €10 to €20—price points aren't outrageous for its caliber. Here, it's hard to go wrong with anything, but I most enjoy the rich, Tuscan tomato soup (pappa al pomodoro; €6), the strozzapreti hand-rolled pasta (€9), and the branzino fillet, be it charcoal-grilled (€12) or steamed and filled with pancetta and black mussels (€15). The pizzas, prepared in a wood-burning oven, skew Neapolitan-style with an airy crust. Do save room for dessert as the profiterole and the good old tiramisu are among the best you'll find in Budapest. The long wine list features both Italian and Hungarian bottles. Note that Pomo D'Oro is most enjoyable in the evenings, as it's often overrun by business people from the nearby financial district at lunchtime. All in all, reliable Italian food and a friendly service rightfully make Pomo D'oro a sought-after restaurant in Budapest. Reservations are an absolute must.”
  • Von 62 Einheimischen empfohlen
Suppenküche
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“Best streetfood place in BP. They sell filled baugettes and AMAZING soups. Small menu(soup&small baugette) is just 5EUR. Dirt cheap but great quality”
  • Von 91 Einheimischen empfohlen
Restaurant
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“I love thier breakfast,doing breakfast here is to be sure that it will be a great day. The mood, music, colors, put you in the right way to see life, and....food is extraaaa”
  • Von 73 Einheimischen empfohlen
Bistro
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“I'd personally like to recommend this restaurant for it's unique design and friendly cicrcumstances. Not just for it's design , but for it's delicious menu. (Vintage Garden is also perfect for taking pictures for instagram or facebook ;) ) You can enter it the same way as Gozsdu Yard and the exit leads to Dob street. Ellátóház ruin pub and the Jewish quarter is nearby (just a couple minutes on feet) ”
  • Von 44 Einheimischen empfohlen
Buffet
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“All you can eat restaurant, with grill where you can order fresh meat and fish.”
  • Von 67 Einheimischen empfohlen
Bistro
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“High quality cuisine - constantly a michelin star for the past few years - based on Hungarian roots for relatively low prices. Three or four course menu á la carte including wine and water about 70 to 90 € per person. Reservation necessary!”
  • Von 66 Einheimischen empfohlen
Restaurant
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“Kiosk Pest is a buzzing restaurant and cocktail bar in the heart of Budapest, favored by trendy locals and plenty of tourists. Kiosk has at least two things going for it: a stunning view of the Danube and the Elisabeth Bridge from its outdoor patio, and a dramatically high-ceilinged, industrial-chic interior. (Interestingly, the building houses a Roman Catholic high school upstairs, in fact, there's a chapel right above Kiosk.) The restaurant aims to please all tastes with a diverse menu that includes everything from salads to burgers, pastas, steaks, and even a whole section dedicated to Hungarian classics. Despite the wide reach, the dishes are tasty and reliable, although slightly overpriced by local standards. I most enjoy here the hearty goulash soup (€6), and the mákosguba (€5), a vanilla-soaked, poppy seeds-laced dessert popular across Central Europe — Kiosk's version is the best I've had in Budapest. During the week, there's a three-course lunch prix fixe for €9. In the warmer months, follow the throngs to the outdoor terrace, which is where the action shifts to.”
  • Von 50 Einheimischen empfohlen
Osteuropäisches Restaurant
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“One of my favourite restaurants. It mix with care hungarian and jewish cuisine with a real tasty result. High recommended”
  • Von 73 Einheimischen empfohlen
Ungarisches Restaurant
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“This goulash eatery in Wesselényi utca awaits locals and tourists with quality dishes, a homely atmosphere and authentic Hungarian cuisine. Gettó Gulyás offers all kinds of soups, stews, Hungarian starters and classic desserts, dishes prepared with care and top-notch ingredients.”
  • Von 57 Einheimischen empfohlen
Ungarisches Restaurant
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“I have just re-visited this earlier local favourite. Frici papa kifőzdéje has become a statement in the past few years - and for my biggest surprise it has been packed with tourists last week when I popped in for a quick Hungarian lunch. It's quick and tasty with typical Hungarian dishes which brings back childhood memories - and it deifintely has a local feel. I first discovered it when I moved to the area 20 years ago - but back then it was visited mostly by residents in the area. Lots has changed - but not the good food and the efficient service. No need to book, just turn up and they will find you a table to sit.”
  • Von 68 Einheimischen empfohlen