- 16 Oct 2014 10:40 AM
Costes, in central Budapest’s Raday Street, opened in 2008 with Portuguese chef Miguel Rocha Vieira - read his interview here - in charge of the kitchen.
It won a Michelin star in 2010, the first restaurant in Hungary to do so.
The list is topped by El Celler in Girona, Spain, followed by Cambridge’s Midsummer House, while French restaurant Maison Lameloise was voted the world’s third best.
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