At Olimpia, they gather the fresh, seasonal ingredients each morning, so then they can creatively make a two-or three course menu, which is different every single day. Therefore, there is no menu at the restaurant, but it is among the best in Budapest.
Stand25 is a bistro-style eatery pampering to the taste buds of gourmet guests. Come here for the city’s best classic goulash soup or the creamy potato casserole that are permanently features on the menu created by Bocuse d’Or chef Tamás Széll.
Fausto’s is widely held to be the best Italian restaurant in the city.
The Budapest branch of the Nobu chain delivers the same top quality food you would expect from its sibling restaurants throughout the world.
Bock Bistró offers traditional Hungarian cuisine with great soups and a wide variety of meat dishes, not to mention the excellent Bock wines.
Sáo, a Vietnamese-Chinese restaurant has been a popular place ever since its opening, enticing numerous Asian visitors inside with its authentic Far Eastern meals. People often look for Sáo specifically when craving something Asian.