DINING RESTAURANTS of the MONTH Buda I, Fortuna u. 14., Map D3 T: (+36 1) 1 375 6971, www.pierrot.hu PIERROT Bringing back some of that belle époque refinement, Pierrot, situated up in the Buda Castle area, is the perfect choice for an atmospheric treat. Thirteenth-century walls lined with photographs of the restaurants famed visitors– Eva Mendez, Marcello Mastroianni, Sir Roger Moore, and Antonio Banderas, just to name a few – provide a romantic setting where chef Lajos Lutz presents his creations. Courses combine interpretations of Hungarian cuisine imbued with French finery, with classics such as duck liver, poached trout and new inventions like tiger prawn paprikash. The wine selection matches the menu in quality and style, featuring carefully chosen wines of Hungarian character. ZELLER BISTRO A relaxed yet professional joint, Zeller Bistro has quickly become a favorite with locals and visitors. Guests benefit from the love and care invested into family businesses: attentive service, a menu combining invention and beloved staples and carefully selected ingredients from certified producers. Meals that might appear heavy, like smoked duck and lamb’s knuckle are in fact harmonic and subtle, with the desserts upping the ante. Many of the meats and wines come from Hungary’s second most popular destination: Lake Balaton’s picturesque north shore. You might bump into a live jazz gig, but will not regret your choice either way. Zeller's popularity requires you to reserve . Pest V, Hercegprímás u. 18., Map D4, T: (+36 30) 651 0880, www.zellerbistro.hu Pest VII, Kertész u. 48., Map E4 T: (+36 30) 623 7673, www.metterem.hu M M Étterem (M Restaurant) is a charming little place with very good food for a very reasonable price. It serves a mix of French and Hungarian cuisine and changes its daily menu regularly, according to what is in season. They do serve some of the more well-known Hungarian dishes such as duck breast, venison goulash or baked trout, though with a French twist. But they also have some less common dishes, especially among the starters, for example lamb brain poached in red wine, a rabbit liver ratatouille, or baked stuffed quail. The place has the relaxed atmosphere of a neighborhood restaurant in Paris or Brussels. M is located in the Jewish quarter, close to the Liszt Ferenc square, and open Tue-Sun from 6pm till midnight. 24 WHERE BUDAPEST I APRIL 2018
DINING DINING OPERA CAFÉ - CLOSED FOR RENOVATION - Tucked inside the iconic Milos Ybl-designed Hungarian State Opera House, Opera Café makes for an equally grand pre- or post performance stop. Pest VI, Andrássy út 22. T: (+36 1) 800 9210, www. operacafe.hu Map D6 TAMP AND PULL Expert coffee from barista champion Attila Molnár and roasting master Stephen Leighton of Has Bean. This café is essential in flavors and skill, and they like to share both. www.tamppull.hu Pest IX, Czuczor u. 3. Map A6; Pest XIII, Váci út 85. Off Map HUNGARIAN 21 HUNGARIAN KITCHEN Michelin recommended. Casual Hungarian restaurant where locals go for real regional flavors like they used to be, with only characteristic Hungarian wines. In Buda’s medieval Castle District. Buda I, Fortuna u. 21. T: (+36 1) 202 2113, www.21restaurant.hu Map D3 BORKONYHA The Michelin recommended “Winekitchen” is a bustling wine-orientated blend of a French-style bistro and a contemporary family restaurant near the Basilica, offering the best of Hungarian cuisine. Shaded terrace in spring and summer. Pest V, Sas utca 3, T: (+36 1) 266 0835, www.borkonyha. hu Map D5 Grandma’s kitchen with love and care Traditional dishes are turned out with the utmost love and care. brEakfast - dinner - lunch Pest-Buda Bistro 1014 Budapest, Fortuna utca 3. +36 (1) 225 0377 email@example.com PestBuda 177x124 mm 4.indd 1 2018.03.19. 10:42:28 www.wheretraveler.com 25
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