- 11 Jul 2019 11:00 AM
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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