- 411 review
You really will need to know where to look for this tiny cafe. It is worth searching for, however. The cafe specializes in chocolate in every form. They are famous for their hot chocolate which is unbelievably thick and hot. It's almost like drinking a mug of pure molten chocolate. It's sometimes busy as there are only a couple of ...
- 421 review
We were luck enough to go to the "Hungarian Night" at Le Bourbon. The food was delicious and the service was phenomenal. The best part the live Gypsy music and Hungarian folklore dancing show. We had a great experience. The goulash soup was YUMMY!!!
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This teahouse is unlike any other. There are many nooks and crannies to enjoy your tea in, as well as some rooms that are more like jungle gyms. There are rooms you have to crawl into and lofts you can climb up rope ladders to. It's really awesome. The tea is also great, they have a big selection. I definitely ...Popular withTrendstersWellnessLocal
Visited Mozaik twice because it was so damn cute. It's a pretty cafe on Kiraly, a street with a bunch of other cute cafes. This one was pretty alright in terms of pricing, and the food was not bad. The ambiance was what made it-- really cool space with lots of writing on the walls. We can see how this ...
No matter where you are from Marika néni always finds the way to your heart. Maybe you speak a different language but she talks in an international one the language of heart. She always smiling and make her hamburgers with love. I have never ever seen such a big hamburger and if you now the secret word you get discount. ...Popular withFoodies
- 501 review
Having lived in Budapest for 3 years now, I literally cannot count how many times I've eaten here. Clearly one of THE best restaurants in BP and totally up to the standards of Nobu in Southbeach, London or NY. Atmosphere isn't quite as 'pretentious' or 'hip' as some of those but the food's outstanding and also somewhat more reasonably priced ...Popular withLuxuryBusinessTrendsters
- 511 review
This is clearly one of the top 5 or 6 restaurants in Budapest in terms of overall 'quality' of food. The syle is also unique as it's sort of a 'gourmet' take on some very traditional Hungarian dishes (e.g. Mangalica (type of pig) ears, pork cracklings). But it's all done VERY well and presented and served in sophisticated manner. Located ...Popular withBusinessLuxuryLocal
Very friendly and helpful staff. Great food for an all-in price! Even champagne (not really champagne, but close enough) is included. When you have finished one dish, it doesn't take long for the waiters to clear your table so you're ready for the next course. They also often come by with extra food (like pizza for example).
This is a nice restaurant a short walk from where we were staying at the Marriott Hotel. We were part of a large group which they handled easily. The food was good and the service was very nice. This can be considered a touristy place but we found it worth it. The location is in a nice area near the ...Popular withLocalFoodiesBudget
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This is a lovely restaurant that is out of the beaten path of tourists, so I quite like the relaxed atmosphere. We had a lovely surprise as we got in. Because we had to wait for about 5 minutes for our table to be prepared, the host offered us sparkling wine. I would say the menu was pan European with ...Popular withLuxuryFoodies
Very touristy but the food is good. I've wanted to try this place ever since I saw it on the Amazing Race (I'm an unabashed TAR dork) and people puke left and right eating their hot soup. Well, I can tell you their fisherman's soup (halászlé) IS really hot, though I'm proud to say I didn't puke!
- 591 review