Welcome to Budapest, Hungary, an amazing city, full of history, beauty, and delicious Hungarian food! Today, I headed with my friend Adam (https://www.adamosvald.com/) to go on an ultimate Hungarian street food tour in Budapest. #Budapest #Hungary #HugarianFood
Great Market Hall – It’s one of the coolest markets in the world, a massive indoor market hall. Inside you’ll find all things Hungarian food, from an immense array of sausages and famous Hungarian cured meats to loads of paprika, and Hungarian pickles. We had an amazing time walking around, discovering the ingredients that make Hungarian food unique.
Fakanal Etterem – This is a nice restaurant on the second floor of the Great Market Hall, the chef recommended the eggs with sausage and extra chilies. It was delicious and the best way to get this street food tour started. Price – 970 HUF ($3.20)
Belvárosi Disznótoros – Next we walked over to Belvárosi Disznótoros, a locally popular restaurant for all things Hungarian meat. Inside you’ll find meat paradise – sausages of all kinds, meats galore, and something I noticed that we had to try – Mangalica pig – a special hairy pig from Hungary. Total price – 5,348 HUF ($17.65)
Molnár’s Kürtőskalács – You can not visit Hungary and not eat Kürtőskalács – it’s not the easiest word to pronounce. It’s unique, it’s delicious, and they have a number of different flavors and combinations of what you can order. It’s loved by locals and just about everyone in the world who visit Budapest. Price – 1,200 HUF ($3.96) each
Retró Lángos Büfé – If you’re looking for the real deal Hungarian street food in Budapest, look no further than Retró Lángos Büfé, and specifically the food called langos. It’s a type of fried bread, loaded with you choice of toppings. We got the original with cream, cheese, and onions. It was everything you could possibly want on a fried bread, and incredibly tasty. I can still feel the pillowy dough sinking into my teeth. Price – 800 HUF ($2.64)
Downtown Market Hall – Hold Street Market – Next we headed to Downtown Market Hall in Budapest, another old market hall.
A Séf Utcája – After walking around for a while we stopped to eat at A Séf Utcája, specializing in home-cooked styles Hungarian food classic recipes. Food was delicious again, full of paprika, bright, and tasty. Price – 1,900 HUF ($6.27)
Espresso Embassy – Coffeeshop Budapest – By this time we needed a coffee, so we stopped at Adam’s favorite coffee shop called Espresso Embassy. Some of the best coffee you’ll find in Budapest.
Rétisas Vendéglő – To end this ultimate street food tour in Budapest, Hungary, we went to a sit down restaurant called Rétisas Vendéglő. It was a local spot with some unique and huge deep fried dishes. Great place, amazing food, and by the end of the day, we were stuffed! 7,490 HUF ($24.72) – Total price for everything
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