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We have a great number of excellent restaurants to choose from, many offering an unforgettable dining experience for standard prices. From the traditional, domestic tastes to the modern, mouth-watering food specialties, you will be served with the highest quality.

Intimate, candle-lit dinner between medieval walls, traditional, musical feasting accompanied by a folklore show, wine tasting, elegant, gourmet gala dinners in luxurious environment and dinner cruises with delicious meals and great views on the Danube are included on our menu.

Wherever you are planning on eating out, we will help you finding the perfect restaurant. Before you decide where to reserve your table, we will give you an overview of each restaurant detailing the atmosphere, the service and of course the food to match your preferred location, cuisine and the type of occasion. We also provide pictures of the restaurant's interiors and help you make your choice. You will then have no difficulty with your reservation.


Dinner Cruise

Enjoy delicious meals and great views on the Danube, while you glide past many of Budapest's riverside attractions such as the Royal Castle, Chain bridge, the Parliament and the St. Stephen Cathedral, all illuminated for the night.

Folklore Dinner

Spend an unforgettable folklore evening in Budapest and come to know the city's traditional side. In a traditional, atmospheric restaurant you can taste Hungarian specialties, while Hungarian folk dance performance and gipsy music provide memorable entertainment.

Wine tours in hungary

Tokaj, Villány & Szekszárd, Eger and the wine regions around Lake Balaton (Badacsony, Balatonfüred-Csopak) are the most suitable for wine tourism in Hungary. These regions are within easy reach of Budapest, offer excellent quality wine and have a well-developed tourism infrastructure. In addition the wineries and cellar doors in several towns and villages are conveniently clustered together for easy access. If you are touring the Hungarian countryside, other wine regions such as Pannonhalma, Somló, Sopron and Neszmély are definitely worth a detour. Altogether, visiting a wine region in Hungary can be quite a treat and wine tours are sure to grow in popularity as the word gets out. Stay at one of the local pensions or vineyard lodgings, soothe your soul with vino-therapeutic spa treatments, wine taste all afternoon and discover the up-and-coming restaurant scene in the evening.

There are several ways to tour Hungary’s wine regions. You can plan your own trip or join a wine tour. Taste Hungary offers scheduled day trips or personalized wine tours lasting from one-day to week-long trips, exploring Hungary’s top wine regions. For a truly unique experience we can highly recommend Taste Hungary’s expertly designed tours.