Dining in Budapest

August 25, 2019    0 comment

Café Kör

This downtown restaurant is a neighborhood institution famed for its prewar Budapest ambience. In keeping with the bourgeois tastes of the period, the interior boasts a Persian-carpeted dining room and curvy Thonet Bentwood chairs. For a truly local experience, visit at lunchtime, when businesspeople from the nearby financial district flock for cold fruit soups (in the summer), veal stew, oversized schnitzel, and vegetable stews studded with meatballs. Owner Gábor Molnár’s cheerful presence has been a constant since the opening in 1995.

Mazel Tov

Mazel Tov’s moniker is a hat tip to the neighborhood, which was once the city’s Jewish Quarter. And if there were a title for the hippest place in town, this would be a serious contender. The restaurant is located in the courtyard of a crumbling building built in the late 19th century. Despite its rough exterior, the inside has been updated with a very 2018 design scheme of lush greenery and exposed bricks. The cocktails, Middle Eastern mezze plates, and merguez sausage are all excellent.

up & down

Up & Down is not only a popular meeting place for the city, but also a impression of the stormy history of Budapest, its diverse swirls, its everyday inhabitants and its unique atmosphere. At first it is surprising and cool, yet elegant in every detail. Worldwide fine dining experience and intimate bistro corner. Hungarian favorites with international aftertaste and well-known cocktail classics.


Only 100 km of raw materials, four seasons, four local inspired menus per year. In the kitchen of the DNB, the dishes are made with the freshest and best seasonal ingredients. However, their philosophy is not just about raw materials. Their interest in, and respect for, food traditions is the discovery and rethinking of Hungarian kitchen culture. The local flavors are always fresh and modern, renewed from season to season, renewed.

Dunacorso Restaurant

The restaurant is located in the heart of downtown Budapest , on the Vigadó square , on the Danube corridor. The Pest Choir was always a favorite place for walking and meeting, and at the place of this restaurant they have been running a café or restaurant since the 1870s.

Spoon The Boat

Light elegance and event venue. The room has a capacity of 170 people, in a variety of layouts. The interior design provides guests with a non-suit but elegant ambience with a real lounge experience. With giant TVs, excellent mixers and a panoramic view of the Buda Castle – Chain Bridge.

Városliget Café

At the City Park Café & Restaurant anno 1895, although the primarily consider it as a restaurant, and the guests also support it – but the interior, atmosphere and offerings allow people to have a delicious coffee, as we all know that everyone needs it. There is a place where you feel the best!

This place is in the City Park. The cozy atmosphere and tastes of peaceful times await. Whether it’s a business lunch, a romantic dinner, a cloudless celebration with the family and kids, or even a coffee after a dog walk, you’ll surely find your calculations there!

Dubarry Restaurant

From March to October, the guests sit on the terrace and enjoy the unspoiled, magical view of the city, enjoying the special atmosphere of the prince – opposite the Buda Castle, close to the Chain Bridge.

ZONA Budapest

One of the most beautiful places in Budapest, the neighborhood of the Buda Castle, provides the atmosphere for this venue. Situated on the bank of the Danube with a beautiful panorama and live piano every evening, guests settle in for an unforgettable experience…


The Corso Restaurant & Terrace and the Corso Bar & Terrace are located on the ground floor of our hotel, on the lively Danube Promenade. Few places are more majestic in Budapest for a relaxed brunch, a business lunch, some afternoon tea or an atmospheric dinner because the Promenade, on which Corso can be found, is a UNESCO world heritage site – just like the stunning Buda waterfront visible from the terraces including the Buda Castle and all the beautiful and historic buildings up until the Széchenyi Chain Bridge.

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