Budapest was a pleasant surprise. I didn’t know much about Budapest and its food culture but by the time I left I fell in love with the city, its people and its food.
The hot chocolate, thick enough to use a spoon to scoop the chocolate, the coffee, strong yet sweet and the best thick cut chips I have had ever, and finally the wine amazing.
Beef Goulash at the famous Vasarcsarnok, Central Market
3 coarse meal at one of the oldest restaurants in Budapest, Karpatia Etterem.
Baked chicken with caramelized fruit
Afternoon tea at the “best cafe in the world” New York Cafe
Hot chocolate with fresh chilli, creamy and very spicy
Ice cream sundaes
Huge loaves of the freshest bread plus a huge variety
One of the best burgers I have ever had
Lunch time in the beautiful castle district at Fortuna Utca 21, 21 Restaurant
Duck stuffed ravioli with pumpkin and mushroom
Roasted breast of duck with nut gnocchi
Fish n chips time in Budapest..strange concept but one of the freshest seafood experiences and the home of my now favourite thick cut hot chips..at The Big Fish