The passion and commitment of both owners and staff brought rapid success. In March 2010 Costes Restaurant received a star in the 'Main Cities of Europe' Michelin Guide, becoming the first Hungarian restaurant to receive such an honor and only the second in the Central European region. Costes retained its star in the 2011 Michelin Guide, and continues to win local and international awards. Stylish and elegant, Costes Restaurant is all about forgetting the outside world for a couple of hours. With no dress code, Costes offers a relaxed setting for you to enjoy top international cuisine with some delectable Hungarian touches. The service is flawless and friendly, and dishes are prepared with the finest fresh ingredients. Guest satisfaction is the number one priority at Costes and the team prides itself on giving an exceptional experience to everyone who walks through the door.
The chefs, Szabina Szulló and Tamás Széll, offer a truly gastronomic journey that showcases international flavors and renewed Hungarian cuisine. As a result this restaurant has gained a reputation as one of Budapest's top choices, with the acknowledgement of the Gault & Millau restaurant guide and the awarding of a Michelin star in 2011.
This very attractive sidewalk café in the Jewish district is a popular destination for dining as well as for relaxing during the day. The venue includes both an art gallery and theater, where events take place from September to May, along with a restaurant and coffee house. The food is an unusual and tastebud-tingling hybrid of Hungarian and Mediterranean – and the signature chicken with honey and garlic or the roast goose leg with steamed red cabbage is not to be missed. There's live music every night from 7pm and a Klezmer concert every Friday at 7pm.
Market fresh ingredients and the most traditional recipes come together at Taj Mahal boasting an unrivalled reputation for the real Indian taste in Budapest, giving patrons a chance to experience the authentic flavours of India. Taj Mahal offers a menu with an irresistible selection of Indian fare. Besides the all time curry favorites Taj Mahal spiced up its menu with an impressive amount of careful selections from all around India.
Eating at Curry House is about much more than just food. They offer enjoyable, memorable dining experiences – delicious Indian cuisines, exciting interiors & stylish hospitality. At Curry House they serve you genuine Indian food from the true sources.
Overlooking a park on the banks of the Danube river, this lavish, art nouveau-style hotel is a 4-minute walk from the Széchenyi Lánchíd bridge and 1.3 km from Budavári Palota palace.
In the center of Budapest, this palatial, landmark hotel is a 5 minute walk from a metro station, an 8-minute walk from Andrássy Avenue and 2.1 km from the Chain Bridge.
This luxe, baroque-style hotel is 17 minutes' walk from the Hungarian State Opera House and 3 km from both the Széchenyi thermal baths and Buda Castle. Slick rooms feature a mix of contemporary and antique furnishings, plus free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Upgraded rooms add sitting areas; some offer city-view balconies. Neoclassical-style suites, and 2 eclectic presidential suites, provide living rooms.
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