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Photo courtesy of Pesti Disznó
21 Magyar Vendeglo (21 Hungarian Restaurant)
Recreates the city’s pre-World War I dining experience.
Pairs Hungarian cuisine with the country’s finest wines.
Upscale yet down-to-earth cafe has a following of foodies.
Casual bistro serving Hungarian dishes with a French twist.
A cut above other restaurants serving Jewish specialties.
Hungarian cuisine with ambitious flavor combinations.
Best known for live gypsy music and traditional Hungarian.
One of the hottest restaurants in Budapest.
A gastropub that serves an irresistible pork-centric menu.
Located in the heart of downtown with a hopping bar scene.
FEATURED // Tram Number 2
FEATURED // Halászbástya Étterem (Fisherman’s Bastion Restaurant)
FEATURED // Pesti Disznó
FEATURED // WAMP Design Market
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