- Market Hall (the Central hall or smaller market halls)
- Delicatessen, small shops with local products
- Family chocolate shop
- Historical or modern cafe
Let it be meat, jam, fruit or vegetables, chocolate or coffee, we can take you to the nicest places in the downtown. We visit markets to sample traditional ingredients as well as bio products. During the tour you can taste soup, the soul of Magyar cuisine, artisan ice-cream and hard candy at a family run business. Chocolate specialities will make your mouth water and great coffee awaits you at historical places. Ideal before and after lunch.
Surely, you have heard of Goulash (we actually spell it Gulyás), paprika and maybe pálinka. They are basics in traditional Hungarian cuisine, of course. We usually start a “proper lunch” with soup, but did you know we also have several vegetable and fruit soups we enjoy in summer? Hungarians do use a considerable amount of paprika but it`s not necessarily hot and you can also get paprika paste sweet or spicy… And besides the strong pálinka spirit “which can virtually be made of any fruit jam is made of” – as a funny saying goes, there are quality wines and artisan beers accompanying a dish.
The latest revolution in Budapest has been a more quiet but more enduring one, the “culinary revolution” of the last 6-8 years. So there is a wide range of products and places you can choose from.
- All tastings are included
If cancelling less than 48 hours before the chosen start date no refund applies.