Budapest is a great place to find international food. There is a variety of great international food venues in the Hungarian capital. In this article, we recommend a few restaurants from the many options.
Pampas Argentin Steakhouse is one great option. The 15-year-old restaurant is easy to find, and it is close to Kálvin Square. The restaurant’s steak menu sounds impressive. 11 types of steaks are available, from 5 countries, in 3 different sizes, and 5 preparation types. The wine offer sounds like something the restaurant chose carefully, too. Poultry and seafood are also available. The restaurant is decorated with items brought from Argentina, and the venue is a great location for many events. An 80-square-metre room is also available for private gatherings or company events.
Address: 1053 Budapest, Vámház Krt. 6.
Master Wang’s Chinese Kitchen
“Master Wang followed the path of his grandparents to become a professional cook and refined his talent in the best restaurants of Beijing. He believes that he can give an insight into the mysteries of the 5,000-year-old Chinese cuisine on a theoretical and practical level. He considers cooking an art, which he promotes in his restaurant, Master Wang’s Chinese Kitchen, as well as at several events,” writes their website’s About section. The place seems like a nice one. You should probably check it out.
Address: 1143 Budapest, Gizella Str. 46/A
Itoshii is a great place in Budapest. The “all you can eat” restaurant has a great atmosphere, the staff is kind and friendly, and the service is great. You do not have to wait for too long, either. There are tablets on the tables, and you can select what you want to eat, instead of waiting for the waiter to come to your table every time you would like to order something. The food comes in smaller amounts, so this place is great if you would like to try a variety of Japanese food. One thing to be aware of is that the price for the lunch and dinner menu differs, so make sure to check the time on the clock. If you arrive later in the afternoon, it might be a dinner bill you have to pay instead of the lunch offer.
Address: 1062 Budapest, Teréz krt. 55-57
“Indigo Restaurant opened its doors in 2005, on Jókai Street in Pest. Ten years later and with countless satisfied guests, we opened our restaurant in Buda on Fény street. Our priority during the establishment of both our restaurants was to evoke the authentic atmosphere of India, providing the perfect relaxing and gastronomic experience. The flavours of North India, of course, come hand in hand with the world-famous Indian hospitality, which is why many of our regular guests choose us if they crave the special, heart-warming flavours of India,” their introduction writes. They have two restaurants on both sides of Budapest, one in Pest and one in Buda.
Buda side: 1024 Budapest, Fény St. 16.
Pest side: 1066 Budapest, Jókai St. 13.
Trattoria Pomo D’oro is an amazing restaurant. The traditional Italian taste is guaranteed, and even the pizza is baked in a wood-burning oven. The traditional dishes are worth trying, but the restaurant tries to have something special on the menu as much as they can. Their wine selection is impressive, too. 150 Hungarian and 150 Italian wines are available, and 30 bottles are kept open so that guests can taste several of them. The restaurant prides itself on acknowledgements such as the recommendation of the Italian Academy of Culinary Arts.
Address: Arany János Str. 9.