One of the most famous dishes in Hungary is fish soup. Although people typically do not associate the country with fish dishes, locals and tourists love this savoury delicacy. We will show you the best places to eat fish soup in Budapest. In addition, we will share a recipe in case you would like to make this Hungarian speciality at home.
Antal Dréher, the famous brewer, built the Halásztanya (Fisherman’s Farm) in 1938. The special features of the building are the hundreds-year-old Transylvanian larch columns.
The restaurant is operated by the Papp family who made it world-famous.
We can taste Papp’s boneless fish soups, fish dishes, and other specialities that are typical in Hungarian cuisine.
The first, original Szeged Fisherman’s Tavern in Budapest opened in 2010. It is located in the centre of the Hungarian capital, between the Elizabeth and Liberty Bridges.
Szeged is known for its excellent carp and red peppers.
Thus, not only the cooking method but also the ingredients are authentic from Szeged. The owner Sándor Frank’s name is also linked to one of the most prestigious and oldest gastronomic festivals in Hungary, the Szeged International Tisza Fish Festival as he is the chief organiser of it.
In 2012, the first restaurant opened in Budapest that uses only fresh, domestic fish. This was Halkakas. Their goal is to promote freshwater, domestic fish.
In addition to traditional Hungarian fish dishes, we can taste other specialities as well.
Handcrafted beers and Hungarian fruit syrups accompany the fish dishes.
If you rather make your own fish soup, we can help you with that. Keep in mind that there are various ways to prepare this unique Hungarian dish. In this article, we brought you a recipe from funzine.hu.
Source: funzine.hu, Facebook