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Börze Restaurant
Börze Restaurant
23 Nádor utca, 1051

Börze is one of the V district of Budapest's hidden gems. It is classic, classy, and above all the food is great. It...Read more

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Budapest Bistro
Budapest Bistro
3 Vécsey utca, 1054

Located close to the Hungarian parliament in Budapest's V district Budapest Bistro is a popular bistro particularly...Read more

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Első Pesti Rétesház
Első Pesti Rétesház
22 Október 6. utca, 1051

The speciality at Első Pesti Rétesház is for Hungarian speakers of course strudel as given away by the name.Read more

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Kollázs Restaurant
Kollázs Restaurant
Széchenyi István tér, 1051

Kollázs Restaurant, part of the Four Seasons Hotel, is one of the most luxurious destinations in Budapest for fine...Read more

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