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Traditional restaurant in Budapest

By Traveller May 26, 2019
Budapest

Traditional restaurant in Budapest

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By Dora Traveller May 26, 2019

Hi i will visit Budapest in few days which is the best place to eat traditional cuisine ?thank you!!!

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Hi, check these:
http://karpatia.hu/en_US/

and

apostoloketterem.hu

Best, Krisz
Local May 27, 2019
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Hi Dora! I can recommend you Lánchíd étterem- this is how you can look it up on tripadvisor- or Puli, both of them in a really nice location and neither of them are overprized! Wish you a nice time in Budapest! :)
Local May 27, 2019
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One more thing: the Cafe Kör is very popular amongst tourist, but not a tourist trap. This place offers a wide range of traditional dishes in Hungary, a little bit reinterpreting. This restaurant is in downtown as well, near the main cathedral of Budapest (Bazilika), close to Erzsébet square. I recommend to book a table. Best regards.
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Local May 27, 2019
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Hi, if you like cosy gardens and have a meal under chestnut/lime tree and have a special Central Europen drink fracas (a third part dry white vine, two part soda/sparkling mineral water, you could go to Náncsi néni restaurant (http://nancsineni.hu/hu/fooldal/) in the green area of Hungarian capital. If would like ti stay in downtown, you can choose the Getto Gulyás where you can taste a special Hungarian meal called 'pörölt' which is meat in red pepper sauce with special Hungarian side dish called 'galushka'. If you have enough time or possibility going to suburb I recommend you to go a little town near Budapest, Budaörs, where you can have a fantastic Central-Europen meal in style wiener snitzel. They make turkey in this style with amazing boiled and baked potato :-) This restaurant typical Deutsch, in Hungarian called "schwab" place, the name is Szikla (Rock). If you want any further information feel free ask it. Have a nice time in Budapest!
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Local May 27, 2019
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Budapest is a colorful city with many different nationalities with their own heritage. Hungarians, gypsies, swabians, jews...
They all have deep roots in hungary.

What you may heard before, goulash for example is rather folklore than tradition.

For an ‘old Budapest’ feeling try Kiskakukk.

Www.kiskakukk.hu
Local May 26, 2019
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