Community Matters: Best Cannoli In Budapest

  • 24 Jul 2019 9:00 AM
Community Matters: Best Cannoli In Budapest
Recently a member of the local expat community asked about where can you find cannoli in Budapest, via XpatLoop's group on Facebook. Here are a few of the helpful hints and tips from Xpats in the loop.

As you may know, cannoli are delicious Italian pastries that originated on the island of Sicily and are today a staple of Sicilian cuisine as well as Italian and Italian-American cuisine. Here’s where to find them in Budapest:

Sandra Hajos: Dolcissima

Siddharth Pandit: Cafe Gian Mario

Antonio Gambadoro: All of Okay Italia restaurants, straight from Sicily

Claudia Ricker: La Coppola

Elisabeth Zinschitz: Yes, in the restaurant Gustolato, Hercegprimas utca 13, 5th district

Federico Michele Brilli: Toscana Club Lánchíd utca

Maia DK: sometimes they are available at Pomo d'oro ice cream and pastry shop

Andrea Dzsill: Akademia Italia at the Bazilika

Dzl David: Vittorio Di Blasio

Zsuzsi Dávid: Yesssss a little bit outside of Bp in Biatorbágy its 25 km far at La Veneta

This link shows a list of the best Italian restaurants in Budapest


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