Travel By Fingertip...Hungary
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Dining in Budapest

Most expensive and moderate restaurants in Europe are especially crowded during the
high seasons and weekends; it is advisable to make reservations.


Dine here for delicious Hungarian meat specialties and regional wines. Excellent service and friendly atmosphere. Closed Sun. Address: Orszaghaz u. 2. Ph: 156-0851. Expensive.


Named in honor of Hungary's famous chef Karoly Gundel. For dessert, don't miss the chocolate-covered hazelnut crepe. Open daily. Address: Allatkerti ut 2. Ph:122-1002. Expensive.


This intimate restaurant has only nine tables (so make sure to phone ahead) and serves a wonderful mix of Hungarian and French specialties. Closed weekends. Address: Magyar u. 23 Ph: 118-6804. Expensive.

Regi Orszaghaz Vendeglo

Delightful csarda-inn-style tavern, featuring Hungarian/Russian dishes that are sure to quench the hungriest of appetites.. Address: Orszaghaz 17. Ph: 750-650. Moderate.

Kisbuda Gyongne

Quintessential Hungarian bistro - casual, friendly and serving quite elegant regional food. Address: III, 34 Kenyeres utca Ph: 115-2244. Moderate.

Kispipa Vendeglo

A favorite dining spot among locals, with piano music at dinnertime. The house specialty is fogash fish served a number of artful ways. Closed Sun. Address: Akacfa u. 38 Ph: 142-2587. Inexpensive.

Cafe Gerbeaud

One of the city's premier cafes. Address: Vorosmarty ter. 7 Ph: 118-1311. Inexpensive.