Hungarians are passionate about their food and wine and Hungary is a great place to experience both. Browse our articles about traditional Hungarian recipes, cooking, wineries, wine regions, restaurants, eating out and more.
Retro atmosphere, locally sourced ingredients and reasonable prices define a new wave of hip restaurants and cafés in Budapest operated by creative young owners. The past year and a half has seen...READ MORE
Are you a foodie? Here is a chance to taste the finest of Hungarian gastronomy. The annual Budai Gourmet Festival brings together the best wine makers, pálinka distillers, gourmet shops,...READ MORE
When the weather is nice there's nothing better than being outside in Budapest. Add some food and drinks, 25 degrees and your sweetie (and/or a few friends) and you are all set. I love outdoor...READ MORE
No question about it, Budapest's wine-bar-scene is thriving with new wine bars opening faster than Starbucks, at least for now, offering wine by the glass, appetizing bites and plenty of...READ MORE
Pogácsa is one of my favorite Hungarian snacks. It's a type of biscuit made from yeast-based dough that has many variations. Potato (krumplis pogácsa), cheese (sajtos pogácsa), cottage cheese...READ MORE
Budapest is proud of its markets and a market visit should be on everyone's to-do list, even if you don't plan to buy anything. The first on the list should undoubtedly be the Great Market Hall,...READ MORE
Planning a trip to Budapest with someone special? When it comes to a romantic dinner, great food just isn't enough to set the mood. The restaurants in this selection all have that certain...READ MORE
Kürtőskalács is a sweet, spiral-shaped pastry that originated in Transylvania. It’s also known as ‘chimney cake’, because of its unique shape. Making kürtőskalács requires some dedicated tools,...READ MORE
Good wine needs no label.?
This proverb is probably as old as wine making itself. If wine gets better with age, then Hungary's lengthy wine history alone is evidence of the country's quality...
Did you know that it's chestnut harvest season? Hungary has plenty of sweet chestnuts and they are a popular and versatile ingredient of Hungarian cuisine. Chestnut harvest starts late September...READ MORE
Hungary is famous for its cuisine rich in flavors as a result of centuries of spicing, baking and cooking. Here is a collection of some must-try Hungarian delicacies, desserts and dishes, in no...READ MORE
Celebrating 20 years of great vintages in Budapest You can sample some of Hungary's best vintages and learn more about Hungarian wine at the 20th Budapest International Wine Festival, on now until...READ MORE