Hungarian cuisine - it is, roughly speaking, meat and meat. Vegetarians and fish lovers will not be easy. But if you carnivore, then consider that they were in paradise. In the menu of practically every restaurant in Budapest be sure to present something like meats or meat dishes, which are one of the best ways to get acquainted with the diversity of local varieties of meat and sausages. Cheese plates are simple, yet not France, which, however can compete in duck and goose meat, and especially the liver.
Strictly speaking, this is exactly what you need to order in restaurants without being distracted by untwisted goulash. The liver is served in all types - lightly grilled in a pie or mousse, as a main dish, a snack and in salads. The best thing for her support - slices of hot crispy bread and a glass of wine.
Another point on which Hungary just beat the French - this is the price for this delicacy.
Medium-sized bank foie gras here is an average of 12 to 18 euros. The restaurant, for example, grown fond me Bor la Bor on Veres Palne u. 7 is a home version of the Hungarian cuisine, a snack from the liver is about 7 euros. In general, prices in restaurants in Moscow after a pleasant surprise. Dinner for six at the same restaurant, in which no one had either refused anything but homemade wine flowed freely, cost about 140 euros.
Vegetarians, the fates decreed thrown into this meat paradise, we can recommend Cafe Govinda (Vigyazo Ferenc u.4 and Papnovelde u.1), which specialize in vegetarian dishes with a noticeable Indian accent.
By visiting Budapest obligatory coffee shop, sometimes small and cozy, but more often - solemn and even pompous. In Hungary, in general, actively exploit the imperial theme, seeking, apparently, to keep up with always going one step ahead of Vienna. So with coffee - coffee is poured in the interior, worthy of at least a museum, with gilt, stucco and other decorative excesses, for example, Lukacs on Andrassy Avenue (Andrassy u.70), operating since 1912, or The New Yorkk Cafe on the first floor eponymous Hotel (Erzsebet Korut 9-11). Coffee, depending on the type, costs an average of 3 euros per cup, the price of dessert starts with approximately the same level.
And one more sweetness, you should definitely try to Budapest - it kurtoskalacs, tasty-looking sweet bun with nuts, poppy seeds or cinnamon.
It is prepared by wrapping a long strip of dough and a special round billets podrumyanivaya on a spit. Especially popular kurtoskalacs at Christmas markets and in other seasons, you can try in an institution Molnar's kurtoskalacs on Váci street (Vaci u. 31).