A long walk in the seventh district should be a must, because as well as unique buildings – like the Synagogues in Dohány utca and Rumbach Sebestyén utca, the New York Palace and the market hall on Klauzál tér – you will also find numerous restaurants, cafes and street food places. You can have breakfast, lunch and dinner in Gozsdu-udvar, in the heart of the night-life district, but you’ll be able to find something to chow down on in the early hours near here as well. In this area, which is full of wine bars, cocktail bars and bistros, you’ll find Hungarian, Middle Eastern, American, Italian and Greek flavours.
Don't go on empty-handed
Kazinczy utca is one of the narrow streets in the Jewish quarter, where Budapest’s ruin pub revolution started about twenty years ago. You can get takeaway food from the selection of local gastro bars hidden in between the small pubs, clubs and classic restaurants. You get buy a hearty soup in a cup to go and sandwiches made from carefully selected ingredients. You will also like the well-seasoned, freshly prepared vegetables and pasta that are available every day. In the Karaván courtyard (18 Kazinczy utca) you can find several street food stalls: a hamburger place, which also has vegan burgers and a hummus bar, as well as Italian and Mexican dishes. You should also taste Hungarian-style chicken nuggets and chimney cake.