|Adina Apartment Hotel Budapest|
|1133 Budapest, Hungary|
Hegedűs Gyula u. 52-54.
Tel: +36 1 236 8888
Fax: +36 1 236 8899
Top 10 Restaurants in Budapest
1. Café Kör
|Budapest, V. Sas utca 17.|
Hungarian dishes with an international twist. Salads make good light lunches.
2. Kéhli restaurant
|Budapest, III. Mókus tca 22.|
Savor local specialities like bone-marrow soup and pike-perch fillet while being serenated by Roma musiciansat this century-old restaurant. Outdoor and cellar-like rooms, including a non-smoking section, decorated in folk style.
3. Paprika Étterem
|Budapest, VII. Dózsa György út 72.|
Nice authentic Hungarian place in the very heart of Budapest. Very taste meals, the best of that is Halasle - Hungarian fish soup. It is served in metal casserole that is heated continiously. The meal dishes are more than good too. When my Hungarian friends suggested this place, we knew it had to be great! We ended up eating here both nights we were in Budapest last week.
4. Bock Bistro
|Budapest, VII. Erzsébet krt. 43-49.|
Top-rated Hungarian food and wine restaurant with cuisine prepared by an award-winning chef.
|Budapest, IX. Ráday utca 4.|
Silient music and the harmonious environment create a peaceful atmosphere in this Michelin-Star-restaurant. You can enjoy a premium service: a culinary programme without compromises, which is not only about quenching your hunger. According to the restaurant’s watchword ‘evolution’ the continuous developing is the most important aim of the ambitious team led by the famous Portuguese chef, Miguel Rocha Vieira, who prefers combining the international cuisine with the Hungarian culinary art.
6. Spoon Café & Lounge
|Budapest, V. moored ont he Pest riverbank by the Chain Bridge.|
Riverboat restaurant docked ont he Danube promenade offers excellent international cuisine and panoramic Budapest Riverfront views.
|Budapest, , Állatkerti út 2., |
One hundred year old gourmet restaurant. The menu is based on traditional Hungarian cuisine as once practiced by Károly Gundel and his staff. They prepare refined versions of Hungarian dishes, revive traditional fares once eaten at the tables of East European aristocracy and offer specialties of the worlds major culinary cultures. After years of experimentation and extensive testing, we have also developed light versions of Hungarian cuisine, reducing cholesterol and calorie content.
|Budapest, V. Roosevelt tér 7-8.|
Time-honored Japanese dishes adapted fpr Western palates, with profuse alcohol bar. Sleek modern décor with dreamy Danube views.
|Budapest, VII. Dohány u. 5. |
A chic setting for award-winning pasta, meat and seafood, special daily menus and business lunches. Extensive wine list.
10. Sir Lancelot
|Budapest, VI. Podmaniczky u. 14.|
Renaissance-style, complete with flagons of ale, pigs on the spit and 100 types of Hungarian wine.