Set in a traditional bakery house dating back to the 13th century, this family-run restaurant serves up classic Hungarian dishes with a contemporary spin. Be sure to dine al fresco in its courtyard furin the warmer months.
Taking pride of place in this restaurant in a Josper charcoal grill, which is used to prepare various meats - everything from free-range chicken to dry-aged beef. It's every carnivore's idea of paradise.
21 Hungarian Kitchen
Tuck into quintessential Hungarian cuisine, such as chicken paprika, at this laid-back bistro. There are more unusal options on the menu, such as catfish and chips - a modern interpretation of the classic dish.
Jamie's Italian Buda Castle
If you've a hangering for sem Italian fare, head to this outpost of the popular casual dining chain. Take your pick form a wide array of pastas, pizzas and more. The's a kid's menu, too.
Situated in the city's oldest hotel (which opened over 300 years ago in 1696), this eatery dishes up affordable home-style fare, such as beef goulash and WIener Schnitzel. Plus, its pastas and ausages are all made by hand.