- 1 Mar 2018 12:11 PM
Running a swish restaurant in Budapest in the midst of a tourism boom might seem like good business. Throw in the palatial environs of a listed, fin-de-siècle building on downtown Ferenciek tere, and surely, success is guaranteed? If only it were that simple, says the boss.
The dream of all carnivores has finally come true! Or at the very least, since March there is a place in the Hungarian capital that definitely aims to be just that.
Fish soup and Hungarian fish soup – no two the same. Even though Hungary is not a “nation of fishermen” the native fish soup, which is made only from freshwater varieties, is one of the country’s most popular dishes, and is even considered to be a national specialty.
Twenty-one Hungarian and international companies have collected food donations amounting to 30 tonnes on the occasion of World Food Day, to be distributed among needy families.