Alpár Kató | Feb 20, 2019 | 1
Best street foods in Budapest – Part 2 – PHOTOS
A couple of years ago, quickly done but delicious foods appeared on Budapest’s streets. Since then, one can buy them even at restaurants. Funzine.hu collected the best places and here is the second part of it.
Black Cab Burger
You can find this restaurant in the city centre, and if you love burgers, this place is definitely for you. Taking a look at the menu, it becomes obvious for the first sight that it is not a usual restaurant. There is a ‘Make your own burger’ option to let the guests be creative. One can choose the size of the bun, the type of meat (chicken, beef, salmon), and all the other ingredients, as well. Extras include blue cheese, grilled pineapple, or sunny-side-up eggs among others. One of the favourites is the Cabbie Burger. There are pickle slices, crunchy lettuce, tomatoes, white onion, jalapeno, perfectly melted cheddar cheese, and beef. The best part of the hamburger is the tasty mixture of BBQ sauce, crunchy bacon, ketchup, mustard, and mayonnaise. One can also try Black Cab’s special English style fries with malt vinegar. Furthermore, delicious salads, fantastic hot-dogs, English sodas, ciders, Fuller beers, and Hungarian juices make the menu even more unique. Additionally, they make their own brownies from scratch according to their own recipe.
Even though Pöriző is a new member of the Budapest street food scene, it became popular very quickly. The restaurant, which lies near the Arany János metro station, got tons of positive reviews. Its founding team had the goal to create an alternative Hungarian street food restaurant. Of course, they have chicken pörkölt and goulash on their menu among others.
Sushiroll is the perfect choice if you are looking for delicious and also healthy food that is quickly made. At this place, which is situated in Corvin Broadwalk (Corvin Sétány), your food will be prepared in one minute. You can choose from soups, nigiri, maki plates and salads. Additionally, it is guaranteed that the food is fresh and high-quality. Furthermore, there are also vegetarian meals. Therefore, whoever comes to this restaurant, will never leave with an empty stomach.
Rukkola lies in the heart of the city at Baross Street, and it is a truly “colourful” restaurant. The salads were named after the colours of the rainbow and are served with sandwiches, soups, and smoothies. Everything is delicious here for an affordable price: an average sandwich costs about 3 euros, while the filling salads are sold for about 4-5 euros. Furthermore, you will notice that the owner thinks environmentally-friendly. We recommend Rukkola if one needs a healthy lunch.
Arriba Taqueria is at least as colourful as Mexican culture. This friendly and customer-centred restaurant offers alternative Mexican gourmet meals. If you cannot make it to Arriba Taqueria, do not worry, you can try their delivery service.
Whether you want to have a plate of traditional spaghetti or you are searching for an Asian pasta speciality, Pasta. will satisfy your desires. This restaurant, which can be found at Kálvin Square, is the biggest pasta expert. It offers four different types of pasta every day packed in white boxes. You will even get a fork so that you can eat your meal in front of the restaurant around the wooden tables if you wish. Even if there is a long line in front of you, do not worry, because Pasta. has a very quick service.
LángosBáró’s team rethought the concept of lángos and lifted it to another level, creating a brand new and cool street food company. They are not afraid of special toppings such as the brassói roast or cucumber salad with sour creme. You may even try the lángos burger. LángosBáró became very popular; the Hungarian gastro media wrote about it many times.
Click here for the 8 trendiest new restaurants in Budapest. If you are interested in brunch restaurants, this article is for you. Finally, read about one of the world’s most beautiful restaurant that serves Hungarian dishes here.
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