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Review: Beszálló Food Bar In Budapest
When you combine a Vietnamese pho soup with a Hungarian goulash, you will either get something that tastes horrible or the best culinary experience Budapest can offer at the moment. Chef and gastronome Krisztián Huszár, who has become an important figure in the capital’s gastronomy scene, manages to create the difficult balance between Hungarian and Asian cuisine at his restaurant specialising in fusion cuisine. more »
Restaurant Review: La Perle Noire In Budapest
The Andrássy Boulevard is most definitely on the list of Budapest’s must-sees. Just minutes from its end at Heroes Square you will find La Perle Noire. If you are skeptical about this being a tourist rip-off – of which the city has plenty –, let the worries go, because La Perle Noir is the exact opposite. more »
Review: Kong Ming Tea House In Budapest
The Kong Ming Tea House jokingly called itself the “most slowly opening teahouse” in the city before it was finally opened. Half a year ago Balázs Szigethy and his sister Eszter began to prepare traditional Chinese tea for their guests, which takes a lot of time and even more expertise. more »

Update: Palinka & Sausage Festival, Millenaris Park, 21 - 24 September


Update: Palinka & Sausage Festival, Millenaris Park, 21 - 24 September
From the organisers: In 2017 the Palinka Festival does not take place in the Castle District. New venue: Millenaris Park. more »

Hungarian Recipe Of The Week: Gizzard Soup With Tarragon


Hungarian Recipe Of The Week: Gizzard Soup With Tarragon
Welcome a little warmth into your kitchen with fresh vegetables and the distinctive flavor of Tarragon. more »

Top 5 Veggie & Beef Burgers In Budapest


Top 5 Veggie & Beef Burgers In Budapest
With exciting new eateries opening up just about every month, @expatsintheloop felt it was time to take a fresh tour of Budapest’s burger serving joints in search of the best tastes these days. With a focus on the capital’s yummiest creations, you’re sure to find something to take a satisfying bite out of in the following five fav's – vegans too. Along with sharing details about the juiciest patties in town, top tips are offered about which craft beers and wine work well to wash them down. more »



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