Community Matters: Best Gulyás In Budapest

  • 11 Jul 2019 11:00 AM
Community Matters: Best Gulyás In Budapest
Recently a member of the local expat community asked about the best places to have gulyás in Budapest, via XpatLoop's group on Facebook. Here are a few of the helpful hints and tips from Xpats in the loop.

Ildiko Lorincz: Paprika étterem near Varosliget (with a stunning view if you visit this one ie. the city park), everything traditional and decent waiters.

Patrick McMenamin: Kiado at Jókai Tér

Matthias Janeck: Csalánosi Csárda Óbuda

Dora Alles: For Sale Pub Vámház körút 2. They serve it in a big pot enough for 3-4 people on reasonable price.

AJ Shepherd: Drum cafe, Lángos and Gulyás bar. To me, their cooking was the best so far :) 

Carlos Santoso Bosch: Náncsi Néni or Paprika étterem

Paolo Invernizzi: Very good Hungarian food can be had at Rosenstein

Andrew Jackson: Cafe Kör Sas utca

Carlos Cordeiro: Cannot say it by personal experience because I wasn't there, but some time ago searched around about the same and got some recommendation about Gettó Gulyás

Melinda Székesvári: I was recommended Kiosk. by top chef Osama Kutaini.

Joe Kurta: 100% Stand étterem. The only Gulyás soup with Michelin star.


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Notes:

XpatLoop readers include both valuable expats and high-level locals in decision making positions. We refer to this inclusive and cosmopolitan group of internationally-minded folks as the Xpat Community.

We believe that the advice given above, and so this Community Matters content, is given in good faith and is accurate at the time of publication - however it's always wise to consider that changes do happen in Hungary, as everywhere. 

This content is intended to support the communiy at large, as well as the person asking the question, based on publicly viewable posts on XpatLoop's open group on Facebook. So of course the opinions above do not necessarily represent the views of XpatLoop.com or the publisher.

Please note that readers need to use common sense when acting on any advice provided online. Xpatloop.com (and publisher) can not be held liable in any way related to advice here from Facebook user posts nor elsewhere on any of our social media platforms.

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