Short but sweet: Restaurant tips for the lovers of gastronomy
When going on an excursion or exploring tour in a new neighborhood or region, hunger is guaranteed at the end of the day. Szallas.hu collected some killer restaurants to try out when visiting different parts of Hungary.
Oliva Restaurant – Veszprém
The mediterranean atmosphere in the historic quarter of Veszprém, delicious wines, international and traditional flavours – if this is appealing to you, Oliva Restaurant is your place. The curiosity of the restaurant is the portrait hall, which features the celebrities, artists and oenologists that have been to the restaurant.
LaBor Bistro – Tokaj
The first thing that comes to your mind when hearing the name ‘Tokaj’ is most probably the wine. However, if you feel like feasting as well, visit the LaBor Bistro. Their meals made with fresh, homemade ingredients and their seasonal lunch menus combined with wine tasting sound like the perfect weekend programme.
Trifla Ivó & Konyha – Eger
Visitors are welcomed by dishes made from true countryside ingredients on the main street of Eger. Truffle, trout from Szilvásvárad and cheese from Eger cannot be missing. Naturally, you should pair your lunch or dinner with a glass of wine produced in the region.
Anyám Tyúkjai Háztáji Éléskamra És Kifőzde – Szeged
Anyám Tyúkjai (‘The Hens of My Mother’ Pantry and Cookshop) can be found in the vibrant centre of Szeged, in a more than 200-years-old monument building. Sitting on the terrace, you can enjoy the liveliness of the city, spring sunshine, and divine bites. You can also buy the handmade products of local producers from the pantry of the restaurant.
Komló Restaurant – Gyula
This restaurant welcomes guests in an Art Deco environment with traditional regional meals in Gyula. Whether you are a fan of traditional or reform, new-wave dishes, you will find something incredible here. It is recommended to taste the pálinka and wine selection of local manufacturers on the Mediterranean café terrace.
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