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Eating & drinkingEating & drinking

In the old days, Hungarian food was honest but heavy. These days, influences from all over the world have poured in, but they are being careful not to impoverish their traditions. Modern Hungarian cuisine is among the best in Europe. Not only that, it is not expensive. You will find most restaurants, and the best ones, on the Pest side.

Café Kör
Café Kör has an out-of-the-way address in central Pest. The restaurant makes a plain impression, but the illusion is deceptive. Café Kör’s delectable fare and perfect service make the restaurant a favourite of embassy personnel and foreign correspondents.
Address: Sas u. 17
Phone: +36 1 311 00 53
More Info: Only accepts cash

People go to Menza for the company rather than for the food, which is quite conventional. The restaurant is on Liszt Ferenc tér, which is Budapest’s best bar street, with elegant establishments side by side. Menza’s large flowered wallpaper and cloth lampshades create a cosy atmosphere.
Address: Liszt Ferenc tér 2
Phone: +36 1 413 14 82

Mokka is centrally located on the Pest side. The elegantly styled rooms contain West African murals and Moroccan masks. Exotic food!
Address: Sas u. 4
Phone; +36 1 328 00 81

Tom-George Restaurant & Bar
Tom-George in the financial district has maintained its claim to the title of Budapest’s trendiest restaurant in recent years. It mixes Hungarian, Thai, French and many other countries’ specialities in exciting combinations. The interior decor is also an amusing hybrid of the best from many countries.
Address: Október 6 u. 8
Phone: +36 1 266 35 25

Difficult to find, but well worth the effort. Something as unusual as a gourmet restaurant with a personal atmosphere in a back street on the Pest side. The chef, Viktor Segal, mixes French and Asian but does not neglect his Hungarian roots.
Address: Andrássy u. 111
Phone: +36 1 483 13 55

One of the best restaurants on the Buda side is Arcade, with the same founder as the Café Kör. The owners have chosen a somewhat more luxurious style here, both in the menus and the decor, and serve modern Hungarian cuisine with influences from France and Italy.
Address: Kiss János Alt. u. 38
Phone: +36 1 225 19 69

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