Budapest is famous for many of its sights, hotels, statues, restaurants and many more. In this article, we will present to you 5 of the most exceptional restaurants on the left side of the Danube: Pest.
Madhouse, in the heart of the city centre, celebrates its second birthday on 15 October. On this special day, guests will be able to step into a place reminiscent of a festival. There will be wine and beer tastings, a retail market fair, a chess competition, a new October menu, a DJ set and a brilliant barbecue. Do not miss out!
The official website of the restaurant reads, “[a]t Yamato Restaurant, we offer fusion Asian cuisine, Far Eastern drink specialities and an exclusive setting in the heart of Budapest. Alongside our master chefs, you can play a part in creating your own unique dinner.” Yes, that is right! You can grill your own food here. Japanese gastronomy lovers will find an amazing selection of sushi and nabemono.
The world-famous Hard Rock Hotel Budapest is home to the chain’s popular restaurant, Sessions. It offers special breakfast, lunch and dinner options. The restaurant’s guests can enjoy the cuisine of chefs Tamás Lipták and István Sziszik not only indoors, but also in the cosy outdoor, covered terrace. Get ready for both international dishes reminiscent of the Hard Rock Hotel and iconic Hungarian dishes, Funzine writes.
For breakfast, lunch or even dinner, head to The Ritz-Carlton, Budapest’s beautifully decorated restaurant (or its cosy terrace!). Ottimo (meaning excellent, great) brings the finest dishes of Italian cuisine to its guests, not only based on family recipes, but also using the best quality, selected ingredients. If you are keen on Italian food, make sure to visit Ottimo!
The à table! story began in spring 2011. From the very beginning, its offer has been made up of authentic French breads, pastries, desserts and ice creams. These are all freshly made in à table!’s bakery and confectionery workshop in Budapest. On the Pest side, these delicacies can be found in Wesselényi Street, Corvin Plaza, Arany János, Balzac and Klapka Streets, as well as in Árkád, in addition to the Madách Square shop.
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