- 7 Mar 2019 8:44 AM
- Daily News Hungary
Anyukám Mondta In Encs
This restaurant is run by two brothers, Szabolcs and Szilárd Dudás. Their restaurant is well-known all over the country, even though it is located in a hidden, small town in the countryside.
The brothers mixed Hungarian cuisine with the gastronomical knowledge they gained in Italy and in the United States, and they created a restaurant which uses top-quality Italian ingredients but at the same time offers Hungarian classics on the menu such as fried chicken, stuffed cabbage or bean soup with sour cream.
Address: Encs, Petőfi Sándor utca 57, 3860
Phone: (46) 587 340
Platán In Tata
This restaurant is run by chef István Pesti. They use quality Hungarian ingredients, and they offer such traditional dishes as hurka (a Hungarian black pudding-like sausage) or quail, but guests can also find stake and clams on the menu.
They also aim to grow everything they use in their own garden.
Address: Tata, Kastély tér 6, 2890
Phone: (34) 380 564
Kistücsök In Balatonszemes
This restaurant is characterised by an honest Hungarian contemporary cuisine. It is run by Balázs Csapody who is a prominent figure in the gastronomical world of the Balaton region. The restaurant is constantly supporting and working together with local producers.
Address: Balatonszemes, Bajcsy-Zsilinszky út 25, 8636
Phone: (84) 360 133
Tiszavirág In Szeged
This restaurant is said to be the very best of the Southern part of the Great Hungarian Plain. Attila Kurucz is the chef who respects Hungarian traditions and represents local values. Attila also won this year’s Innovative Kitchen award.
The creatively put together menu offers a wide selection of meat dished. They pay extra attention to the serving of each food, which is always exceptionally aesthetic.
Address: Szeged, Hajnóczy u. 1, 6722
Phone: (62) 554 888
Sauska In Villány
Attila Bicsár created the so-called “loose pageant gourmet kitchen” in Villány after he spent a few years abroad.
The fine dining experience is guaranteed, and it is nicely paired with the specialities of the Hungarian cuisine that are typical of the countryside. Not to mention that guests can enjoy the famous Sauska wines while dining here, as the restaurant is located within the Sauska Winery.
Address: Villány, 048/10 hrsz, 7773
Phone: (30) 220 1339
Bistro Sparhelt In Balatonfüred
This is said to be the best restaurant in the Northern-Balaton region. It has a rustic style and a menu that changes monthly, adapting to what ingredients are available in each season. Balázs Elek is the chef who always aims for premium quality.
Address: Balatonfüred, Szent István tér 7, 8230
Phone: (70) 639 9944
Pajta In Őriszentpéter
Chef Richárd Farkas created an exciting gourmet menu which reflects the Hungarian countryside as well as being close to nature.
The menu changes according to what is available in each season. They use ingredients which they grew themselves in their garden, or they get produce from the nearby forests.
Address: Őriszentpéter, Templomszer 7, 9941
Phone: (70) 416 3388
Macok In Eger
This restaurant combines elegance and playfulness which makes it an outstanding experience.
Macok Bistro is a mixture of fine dining and traditional Hungarian cuisine. The dishes are served in a spectacular way and have very characteristic flavours.
Address: Eger, Tinódi Sebestyén tér 4, 3300
Phone: (36) 516 180
Neked Főztem In Balatonfüred
This restaurant is also characterised by seasonal ingredients. On the menu, one can find everything from the trendiest dishes like pulled pork to the simplest Hungarian meals like layered potatoes.
Address: Balatonfüred, Aranyhíd stny. 8, 8230
Phone: (70) 602 8531
Rév Csárda In Érsekcsanád
This tavern-style restaurant located on the banks of the Danube is said to offer the perfect fisherman’s soup.
They use only fish caught from the Danube and hand-made pasta for their famous fisherman’s soup. On the menu, one can find a wide variety of fish courses.
Address: Érsekcsanád, Duna part, 6347
Phone: (30) 985 1420
Source: Daily News Hungary, divany.hu