Yet Another Five Restaurants from kutyabarat.hu
There are almost a hundred dog-friendly restaurants only in Budapest, therefore, the exploration of kutyabarat.hu must go on. In Part 1 and Part 2 we have not yet recommended any traditional Hungarian places, so here we are.
Fenyőgyöngye Vendéglő is an authentic Hungarian restaurant in the 2nd district. It has come a long way since its foundation back in 1935, when it was only a small house with a courtyard. All those years added up to that traditional atmosphere that can be felt, if not almost touched, as it is a family business.
The food itself promises that guest-friendly treatment that Hungarian people are known for – huge portions, substantial lunch and dinner options, local cuisine and traditional dishes.
Café Alessio is an Italian dog-friendly café and restaurant in the 2nd district preparing the best traditional dishes of the Apennine Peninsula. You can find different types of pasta, pizza, risotto on the menu, as well as seafood. As desserts tiramisu and pannacotta are inevitable, but there are other options as well. They offer a breakfast a la carte and have delivery, too. Everything that an Italian restaurant needs, can be found here.
Dogs, on the top of this, get fresh water as a “welcome drink.”
We have already recommended another dog-friendly Italian restaurant, do you remember?
L.A. Bodegita is a Caribbean restaurant and pub in the 13th district. The Cuban interior’s air is filled by pianist Ottó Ökrös’s music; the shakers are filled with exotic ingredients by András Lajsz; and the tummies are filled with Hungarian, Jewish, but mostly with Caribbean specialities. L. A. Bodegita not only has a weekly menu and live music, but it also has a bartender training programme for the enthusiasts of cocktails.
Part 2 had already listed a party place, let’s find out about it now.
Located in Andrássy Avenue, La Perle Noire Restaurant & Lounge is a quality restaurant. French cuisine gives the basics of their menu. The award-winning restaurant was for example the Restaurant of the Year in 2014, and was listed in 2013’s Michelin Guide. Their aperitif is champagne with lavender syrup, prior to servings there is some ‘amuse bouche avec pain’, meaning some small bites (or tapas, if you know Spanish cuisine) with home-cooked bread, and after the meal ‘petit four’, a small dessert is served.
This entire process gives the backbone of dining in La Perle Noire. It is stylish and exclusive – as you can see.
Hilda is a dog-friendly restaurant in the heart of Budapest. This place in the 5th district only uses organic ingredients, starting from the milk and finishing at the bread everything is from a verified source, from local, tiny places. These ingredients then are prepared in an open-view kitchen, in a special rotisserie. Gluten- and lactose-intolerant guests, as well as vegetarians have a wide selection of varieties.
The slow-pressed juices are healthy, and so are the smiles the employees greet you and your barking companion with.
Written by Stölkler Éva – Guest Author
Featured image: www.facebook.com/Kutyabarát.hu
Source: Daily News Hungary