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Caviar & Bull Restaurant

Mediterranean haute cuisine in the heart of Budapest

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Introducing Hungary's Kázsmér Winery
One of the outstanding natural beauties of Hungary. The villages Lesencefalu, Lesenceistvánd, Lesencetomaj and their fields constitute the region located at the western edge of the Tapolca-basin, north-west from the Lake Balaton. It is part of the Balaton-felvidék National Park and bordered by the Keszthely Mountain from the west, by the volcanic monadnocks Szigliget, Badacsony, Szent György from the east, by Lake Balaton from the south and by the Kő orra (Nose of stone) being the volcanic spur of the Badacsony Mountain from the north. more »
Restaurant Review: Lángos Papa
The lángos is the same for Hungarians as the currywurst for Germans. The fried dough is Hungary’s streetfood number one and it’s just as popular with tourists as goulash soup or Tokay wine. more »
Mitiszol Festival 2016, Millenáris Budapest, 12 November
Mitiszol? (“me-tea-sol”, meaning “what do you drink?”) is the country’s first drink festival themed around beverages made with the same philosophy: respecting nature (in many cases organic or even biodynamic farming), no additives, as little intervention and manipulation as possible during the making. The result is a drink, let it be alcoholic or non-alcoholic, that not only tastes better, but is also healthier than its conventional counterparts. more »

Émile: A Culinary Gem In The Buda Hills


Émile: A Culinary Gem In The Buda Hills
I’ve passed this Buda villa several times, and was intrigued to find out what it was like inside as I'd asked friends and no-one I knew had visited. So recently, rather than go to one of my usual haunts, I ventured over to leafy Buda - and was definitely not disappointed to make the trip across the river. Set in the leafy 2nd district, it felt like being in South Kensington at a place exuding an exclusive yet relaxed ambiance. more »

Whisky Show, Corinthia Hotel Budapest, 28 - 29 October


Whisky Show, Corinthia Hotel Budapest, 28 - 29 October
Whisky Show - whiskey & fine spirits at Corinthia Hotel Budapest between 28 - 29 October. Discover the heritage, the traditions and the variants of the legendary drinks. more »

Fungarian: Must Is A Must


Fungarian: Must Is A Must
Read the first word in the Hungarian way (moosht), note that it means ‘freshly pressed grape juice,’ and then the headline will make sense. more »



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