Travel, explore and enjoy. Hungary may be a small country, but it has countless treasures. One of the highlights of the country is the famous Hungarian capital. Budapest, with a population of more than 1.7 million, is celebrated as one of Europe's most beautiful, most lively cities. The capital’s spectacularly beautiful architecture inspires many artists and attracts countless holidaymakers from all over the world. I am only one of them who travel back each year. I have thousands of reasons to do that.
Many people believe that experiencing Hungary’s cuisine is the best way to learn about the country’s unique culture and cherished traditions. Gastronomy is a major part of the Hungarian culture. The traditional Hungarian cuisine has a world-wide reputation, attracts many curious tourists. This little European country has its own distinctive aromas, piquant flavors.
Nowadays, Budapest is experiencing a culinary renaissance, visitors are happy to discover it. The famous Hungarian goulash is still on every menu, but it is only one of the famous local delicacies. The city has hundreds of outstanding restaurants to choose from, underground caverns, and a dynamic Central Market Hall packed with aromatic foods, local specialties. It is highly recommended to have an early breakfast here. It is nice to have dinner in a traditional Hungarian restaurant and dine to the strains of a live gypsy band.
In general the traditional dishes are heavy and spicy, but tourists cannot leave this beautiful country without tasting a few Hungarian specialties. No visit to the Hungarian capital is complete without having a tasty meal in one of the traditional, mostly elegant restaurants of Budapest. Here are some recommended highlights of what you can eat, taste and enjoy: spicy sausage, authentic goulash soup, fish soup with paprika, chicken paprika with dumpling, beef stew with paprika, stuffed cabbage, stuffed peppers with spicy tomato sauce, cottage cheese pasta, pickled cucumber, gombaporkolt, tenderloin of mangalica pork with dödölle, turogomboc, langos, chimney cake, strudle.It is always nice to take home some Hungarian souvenirs. I highly recommend the Cognac sour cherry, Balaton or Sport bar, Paprika spice, Tokaj wine.
Traditional Hungarian Restaurants of Budapest:
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