Restaurants for LGBT in Budapest, Hungary
Monday we had dinner at Spoon. I have to say, it was perfect. The menu is really diversified. The food and the service were excellent. Especially the view was taken with. You can see the Danube, the Buda Castle, the Chain Bridge, Fisherman’s Bastion. It’s like a special tour :) I definitely recommend this restaurant to others!Popular withFoodiesLuxuryFamilies
- 35 reviews
When in Budapest you've got to try the local pasty, the kreme - vanilla crème, sandwiched between layers of mille-feuille and finished with confectioner's sugar. This family-owned pattiserie - they've been baking kreme here since 1901 - may lack charm but it's the place in the city to sample one of these yummy cakes.Popular withFoodiesStudentsFamilies
Gundel is “amazing”! This traditional Hungarian restaurant serves delicious dishes. The décor is beautiful, elegant, welcoming and very romantic — never good for solo diners! The tasting menu was ideal and matched the local chardonnay well. It is a perfect place for a long lunch break after a full morning of sight exploration. Service was slightly standard. The ambiance was ...
- 58 reviews
This is the place to be for those who like to endulge and have a huge appetite. If you just eat normal portions, order an appetizer or share a main dish between two people. It feels bad throwing all that away, which you can't eat. The food is good and there is a nice atmosphere in this little gem of ...Popular withLocal
- 65 reviews
Need a coffee break? This is the Alexandra Cafe (aka Bookstore Cafe) at the Paris Gallery in Budapest. Grab an inexpensive macchiato and a slice of cake, and take in this view while you listen to live piano music. #yesthisisrealPopular withHistory
- 84 reviews
Traditional Hungarian food and outstanding hospitality in one of the city's most beautiful quartiers. Highly recommended!Popular withBusinessFoodiesLuxury
Had one of the best meals of my life here. Real Hungarian goulash (a soup, not a roux as you'll find elsewhere along the Danube), a crepe-like dessert with poppy seeds, and Tokaji Aszu wine. If you are in Hungary, you simply must try Tokaji Aszu. Louis XVI called it the "King of the Wines"
- 113 reviews
Buy a bit of sausage and fruit to put in your bag for later. Or purchase lovely embroidery as gifts.Popular withVegetarianFoodiesLocal
- 133 reviews
Iguana has a great atmosphere, bustling and busy. The food is fantastic and served by cheerful and friendly waiters. We were able to get a table without a booking, but this was in February and not the busiest time of year in Budapest. The burritos were very good, as were the cocktails...Popular withFoodiesBusinessFamilies
Popular with the expat community since it's right around the American Embassy, Pomo D'Oro is a great place to go for some authentic Italian food. The atmosphere is elegant while still being comfortable, and you can come dressed up or down. I've only been here for lunch, but it does get quite busy from noon until 2. The number of ...Popular withFoodies
- 182 reviews
In 2005, at the end of a long backpacking trip, friends of my then-girlfriend (who is Hungarian) brought us here for dinner. Trofea pushes all the right buttons for Hungarian cuisine. They have fantastic grilled meats of every variety and the most varied buffet salad bar that I've ever seen. The interior is tricked out like a hunting lodge with ...Popular withHistoryFamiliesLocal
- 193 reviews
A nice little pastry shop, where you should definitely eat a piece of cake. It was delicious!