Let’s all agree that food and eating are some of the best things in life. However, it is important to make sure that you pay close attention to what you eat. If you’re trying to eat healthily but don’t want to miss out on anything delicious, then check out this restaurant compilation by Funzine.
Here: 1053 Budapest, Ferency István street 28
In a tight back-alley in the heart of Budapest, where they believe that breakfast is the most important meal of the day (and they’re not wrong). If you like breakfast food, then you can pop by Zoska any time of the day, as they serve breakfast all day. They also have nice coffees, refreshers, beers, wines, and champagnes. Zoska considers those with food allergies as well, so you can find really good all-free meals here.
Here: 1066 Budapest, Zichy Jenő street 43
Pop by the Fittnass confectionery if you’re diabetic, if you have food allergies, if you’re trying to eat clean and you’re craving some delicious cake. There are numerous sugar-, gluten-, milk-, egg free cakes on the menu, as well as paleo cakes, cookies and ice creams. If you’re looking for something to drink, they have diabetic refreshers and five different ways to substitute milk in your latte. Let’s not forget that if you want to bake something at home, you will find all of the healthy ingredients here.
Here: 1054 Budapest, Garibaldi street 5
This raw vegan bistro is right next to the Parliament, where there is no heat treatment, so all of the meals are full in vitamins and minerals, giving you an energy boost. Everything is made locally from selected ingredients without the use of flour and sugar. They have seasonal and daily menus, including shakes, parched salty and sweet treats, raw vegan salads, and all-free cakes. There are even reduced price menus on the weekdays and numerous selection plates if you’re indecisive. Veggie Nyers Vegán Bisztró prepares cakes on request and they have a catering service too.
Here: 1067 Budapest, Szondi street 11
Vegetarians, vegans and raw vegans all aboard at Slow Foodiez! Talk about creative cooking: the meals here are not cooked but parched at 42 C degrees, so the fruits, vegetables and seeds all keep their valuable vitamins and great taste. You can visit Slow Foodiez with your friends or go on a date here, as the restaurant is very cozy, yet modern.
Here: 1114 Budapest, Bartók Béla street 9
When you decide to go on a plant-based diet, you will discover plants, fruits, vegetables and seeds that you didn’t even know existed. You will realize that there is a vegan alternative to meat, eggs, and milk too. This is the motto of Vegan Love: they have tasty vegan burgers, hot dogs, sandwiches, organic coke and lemonade, and a very nice salad bar.
Here: 1065 Budapest, Jókai street 40
Nyugati Cöli Bisztró opened a year ago, but they are well experienced in the field of gluten free meals. What it is you’re craving for? Pizza, hamburger, gyro, sandwich, pastries? You will find them all here. If you like buzzing around the kitchen, then you can buy the ingredients here.
Here: 1053 Budapest, Múzeum blvd 23
Both Kálvin square and Astoria are quite busy spots of the city, and if you happen to be there hungry, then lucky for you, VegaCity is right between the two. It is a very friendly vegan restaurant, where there are different daily menus each day and tasty breakfast in the morning. You can have a hamburger, gluten- and sugar-free desserts here, sandwiches, or fresh juices and smoothies. Must-tries are the Gandaburi, which is a gluten free vegan hamburger, and the banana-date cookie, which I made from chick-pea flour.
Here: 1065 Budapest, Nagymező street 10
Hokedli is located in one of the busiest parts of downtown Budapest. Here they will amaze you with locally made vegetarian, gluten- and lactose-free meals. Hokedli is very popular and well-loved, mainly because they allow animals inside, so if you’re craving a fresh soup but you’re out walking your dog, no worries: Hokedli is always there for you.
Here: 1051 Budapest, Nádor street 5
Hilda is named after the imaginary lover of one of the most significant Hungarian architects of the 19th century, József Hild. The interior design of HILDA gives off young and fresh vibes, yet it is still calm in the middle of the busy city. The gluten- and lactose-free, and vegetarian meals are affordable here, and all of them are made from organic ingredients.
Here: 1078 Budapest, István street 5
Find Food is tiny, friendly and lactose-free, but they serve gluten free, vegetarian and vegan meals too. They mainly focus on sandwiches, soups, and pottages, but they have different daily menus and different cakes per day. We suggest trying their Italian Carraro coffees for our coffee lover readers and their breakfast sandwiches. Currently, there are chicken, avocado, chorizo or pulled pork sandwiches, but they all change according to season.
Here: 1067 Budapest, Hunyadi square 11
Kozmosz is located between Oktogon and Nyugati railway station, and they serve only plant-based meals. You should try their vegaburger and the Nagymama Rakott Palacsintája (it is a pancake cake) if you’re there. There are also gluten- and soy free meals and vegan refreshers, along with alcoholic drinks.
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