If you go to Budapest and have your favourite four-legged friend with you, you will not have to stay hungry because the Hungarian capital has a lot of places where you can take your dog with you. In this article, we have collected four restaurants in Budapest where your dog is also welcome.
Mazel Tov is a clean, pleasant place in the seventh district of Budapest. The restaurant is located in the middle of the historic Jewish Quarter. In the evening, there is a real garden party atmosphere in Mazel Tov. For those looking to break away from the downtown environment, this garden full of herbs and trees can be an ideal place. The Middle Eastern restaurant is open every day of the week for those looking to relax, whether they are walking on two or four legs.
Hokedli is primarily known for its vegetable dishes. Their goal is to show that meals that often become hated in school canteens can also be special and delicious. Hokedli makes everything from fresh ingredients and seasonal vegetables. Flour- and lactose-free, as well as vegan alternatives are also available. They have a varied selection of soups, vegetable dishes, and desserts. Dogs will surely love this place as a gift bone awaits them. After your meal, you can take a walk along Andrássy Avenue.
The Tereza Mexican Restaurant is also close to Andrássy Avenue and the Hungarian State Opera House. Tereza is not only a great dog-friendly place but also one of the best Mexican restaurants in Budapest. The kitchen is run jointly by Jorge Martinez and Áron Kelemen. Locally-made, authentic Mexican food awaits visitors. Tereza pampers guests with a wide selection of tortillas, guacamole, tacos, mezcal, and margarita.
We left a place full of desserts to the end. Naspolya Nassolda is home to healthy desserts. Hungary’s first raw vegan patisserie makes sweets made from fruits and seeds. Desserts are made without baking, cooking, or steaming, so the ingredients are put into the food raw. The end result is not only healthy but also delicious. The salty caramel cupcake and the glassy lemonade are a must. Fun fact: the founders of the restaurant were included in the Hungarian version of Shark Tank.
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