Food & Drink

Hungarian food is some of the world’s finest. Find the best places to dine in Hungary, for the budget-conscious and for those who like to splurge.

International Charity Art Event in Budapest | Expat Press Hungary Magazine 2

Slip into Budapest’s Newest Cake Shop

Slip into Budapest’s newest cake shop for some beautiful and tasty cake and ice cream art, plus special coffees; definitely a standout performer in this highly-competitive area. Balázs Damniczki began preparing his special ice creams...
Coffeebar Bazaar 2019

The 10th CoffeeBar Bazar Budapest moves to Millenáris Park

With their entrance ticket, visitors can taste the products of more than 40 exhibitors (coffees, teas, wines, beers, spirits and other drink specialities) all day long. Hungarian manufacturers and well-known commercial brands will all...
International restaurants Budapest

Budapest’s Best International Restaurants You Never Knew About

There are Italian, Spanish, Mexican, Hungarian (of course), and others of all the most well-known culinary types. But hidden among the side streets of the city are also those wonderful, tiny, hard-to-find, small, intimate...
The best places to sit down in summer - Hungary’s amazing fountains | Expat Press Hungary Magazine 2

Chocolate Might Actually Be Good for Me?

Too many weight-watchers over the years have been avoiding a food that may be healthier than we knew. Chocolate is one of those food groups that has consistently gotten a bad name. According to modern...
A family-friendly boutique hotel and restaurant at the foot of the Buda hills | Expat Press Hungary Magazine 2

International Coffee Day in Kazinczy utca

At the end of September, International Coffee Day is celebrated in many countries all around the world; cafés and coffee shops in Europe and overseas invite people in with special offers for special coffee...
Edible and drinkable Hungaricums - the taste of a unique tradition | Expat Press Hungary Magazine

Edible and drinkable Hungaricums – the taste of a unique tradition

For people who haven’t heard the term before, Hungaricum refers to a thing or phenomenon that is unique to Hungary and therefore represents great value for the Hungarians. The term comes from the...
Women’s Day wine tasting in Judy’s Wine Bar

Women’s Day wine tasting in Judy’s Wine Bar

As International Women’s Day approaches, more and more thoughtful programmes in celebration of women catch our eye. This time we recommend a sexy, chic, unusual and colourful programme. Wine-loving women, get ready for tasting! Welcome...
’New Wave Cake Tour’ in Budapest

The Sweet Side of Budapest: ’New Wave Cake Tour’

Six distinctly modern cake shops in Budapest have come up with a very tasty cooperation called the Budapest Cake Tour. The essence of this great idea is to send the customers of all six...
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Foodies Take Note:  Where to find special ingredients in Budapest

In the not-too-distant past, specialty food items were extremely difficult, if not impossible, to find in Budapest. But as the city has grown in sophistication and more and more ethnic restaurants have sprung up,...

Goulash soup and the crows – a recipe from a talented Hungarian chef

The Expat Press team visited VígVarjú, the newest and perhaps most beautiful restaurant of the group to taste a real goulash soup. The first VakVarjú restaurant was launched in Paulay Ede utca in the centre...

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