FOOD TO EXPLORE ✈ City Number 104 Budapest - Hungary

 

FOOD TO EXPLORE ✈


In this section I will discuss about food purely as enjoyment from an hedonistic point of view. 


With specific dishes for each country/city visited personally. 


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 🇭🇺 Budapest - Hungary 


     

 Overall Vote:
8.5/10 ★

Location:  Il terzo cerchio
Budapest, Dohány u. 40, 1074 Hungary

☆ Food: 9/10 

The food is excellent and the variety is vast, I am not talking just about the pizza but also the different fish and meat products or pasta as shown in the picture, I would recommend the tagliatelle with Angus beef strips in parmesan sauce 


☆ Vibe: 8/10 

The staff is very friendly, professional and speak some Italian as well if you need since English is not very common among the locals.
The location is near the city centre close to the main attractions, 7 min by walk to the Dohany street  Synagogue in the city which is another attraction in Budapest 


✪ Interesting facts:

⍟   Just in front of this restaurant there is another main spot to mention this time for breakfast called: "London coffee society" and it is one of the best place in town to start the day in the right way thanks to the quality of the coffee and fresh bakery products you can find in there 

⍟  The parks in the city are well maintained and usually have a thermal bath spa were you can enjoy at a low cost compared to any other city spa/bath, I would recommend the Gellert Thermal Bath because they offer different temperatures from 28 to 40 C and the decorations inside are some of the pretties in the city 


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