Opened this June in Kristóf Square, Buddha Original invites you on an Asian journey. Savour traditional specialties of Asian cuisine while enjoying the view of Budapest’s beautiful inner city.
Traditional Asian food
Located on Kristóf Square, in Budapest’s 5th district, Buddha Original awaits you with traditional Asian food. Although the restaurant is located in the heart of Budapest, the interior oozes an Asian atmosphere with a modern twist. One can create their own pad thai food by choosing different ingredients. And the options are endless! Bases include fried rice with eggs and vegetables, glass noodles, egg noodles and grilled vegetables. As for the toppings, one can just simply pick meat options like chicken or beef, but there are also bamboo shoots, shrimps, cashews, or wood ear mushrooms for those with a gourmet palate. However, if you want to max out on the Asian experience, you should go for the white rice soup which is considered one of the most traditional dishes in that region.
Although the newest restaurant can be found on Kristóf Square, there are also many restaurants in other parts of the city. For example, Buddha Original is open on Wesselényi Street, in Westend City Center Food Court or in Arena Shopping Center. If you are in Szeged, Budaörs or Dunakeszi, you should definitely visit the restaurants there to have a delicious meal.
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A wide range of vegan options
The food selection is very wide, so everyone can find something to their taste such as wok, sushi, curry, soups,or desserts. Buddha Original places great emphasis on being able to fulfill everybody’s needs. The menu shows the ingredients each meal contains, including the allergens. Therefore, those who follow a gluten-free or vegan diet can leave with a full stomach as well. For example, Buddha Original serves vegan sushi and veggie rolls. In addition, we would recommend tasting the delicious desserts that cannot be found anywhere else in Budapest. The so-called Kao Niao Moang is a perfect mix of sweet rice, coconut milk, mango and sesame seeds. In addition, guests can choose health-conscious options from the menu or they can even put their own healthy meal together.
Tom Yum and Miso
According to the restaurant, Tom Yum and Miso are their most popular dishes. But what exactly are these? Tom Yum soup is a traditional dish in Thailand. The beloved soup is made from coconut milk, Tom Yum sauce, mushrooms, carrots, tomatoes, onions, galanges, lemons, and lemongrass. Depending on what kind of meat you pick, this delicious soup costs HUF 1,800 (EUR 4,46) – HUF 2,990 (EUR 7,37). Tom Yum also refers to a sauce that Buddha Original uses to make their dishes spicy. And speaking of sauces, there are three kinds of curry sauces. Yellow stands for the least spicy, green curry for the medium, and red curry for the spiciest foods on the menu.
Another signature dish of Asian cuisine is Miso soup which includes tofu, miso, seaweed, and spring onion. Miso is a fermented paste that adds a salty umami flavour to many Japanese dishes.
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