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7 places to visit in Budapest in February

7 places to visit in Budapest in February

Are you interested in the newest restaurants, bars, cafés, and confectioneries in Budapest? Check out Funzine.hu’s list of 7 restaurants worth visiting in Budapest.

Neked Csak Dezső Brewpub & Bistro

Since one of the most popular crafts beer pubs of Budapest outgrew its home in Dohány utca, its proprietors decided to look for a bigger place. Now Neked Csak Dezső is located on the corner of Gyulai Pál utca and Rákóczi út. Here 170 people can enjoy 32 kinds of tapped beer at once. Gábor Mogyorósi chef joined the team so now, instead of nachos and fries, we can enjoy a real culinary experience with the beer.

Photo: www.facebook.com/nekedcsakdezso/photos/

1088 Budapest, Rákóczi út 29.

PASTA.

PASTA on Kálvin tér has been the gathering point for university students, office clerks and tourists around noon. What is their secret? Plentiful of dishes, quick service, and tasty foods. PASTA’s team has opened their second restaurant recently near Árpád híd in Apály street, which awaits pasta lovers on weekdays between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m.

New-Year

Photo: www.facebook.com/pastapont/photos/

1134 Budapest, Apály utca 2/e

Ígykerek

In Ígykerek restaurant, which overlooks the Szent István park,

original Italian ingredients are used for making the thin, crispy pizzas.

Their menu varies daily; we can try such masterpieces as Parmesan-cream cheese-pesto pizza with black forest ham or the pumpkin pizza. They are open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on weekdays.

Photo: www.facebook.com/igykerek/photos

1137 Budapest, Szent István Park 26.

Kicsicake

Kicsicake can be found near Oktogon. It became one of the most excellent confectioneries of the capital from a cupcake-empire online cake shop. Managed by Sonkoly brothers, Kicsicake offers artistic cupcakes (in two sizes for 390 and 690 forints), delicious coffee and a friendly smile (with the help of the always cheerful team). A bundle of heaven makes long working days much more bearable.

Photo: www.facebook.com/kicsicake/photos/a.

1066 Budapest, Jókai utca 1.

Jamie’s Pizzeria Budapest

Jamie Oliver, the favourite of the Brits decided to open the first Hungarian representative of his international pizza network in the ever-lively Gozsdu Udvar. Jamie’s Pizzeria Budapest’s hand-made sourdough pizzas are

made by using traditional Italian ingredients, procured only from the best sustainable farms.

The offer includes both classic Italian dishes such as Margherita pizza, gnocchi or lasagna, and more creative dishes, such as spicy-hot-biscuit pizza or roasted pumpkin lettuce, but of course, the divine Italian sweets cannot be missed either.

Photo: www.facebook.com/JamiesPizzeriaBudapest/photos

1075 Budapest, Király utca 13.

All Day Coffee

This tiny Italian café can be found in the heart of Budapest. They make up for the deficiency of space with espressos of excellent quality, delicious home-made cakes and cookies. The price of their sandwiches is between 250 and 950 HUF, but we can have a quiche, oatmeal or other healthy dishes for a reasonable price. Open till 7.45 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.

Photo: www.facebook.com/alldaycoffeebp/photos/

1053 Budapest, Kossuth Lajos utca 5.

Andulka

Andulka in the city centre is trying to recall the „folk tradition” of house parties. Each night, music from the seventies takes over Klauzál utca 43, and light snacks await guests during the day.

Photo: www.facebook.com/Andulka.Budapest/photos/

1072 Budapest, Klauzál utca 34.

Featured Image: facebook.com/JamiesPizzeriaBudapest/photo

Source: funzine.hu

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