Guide to... Japanese & Sushi Restaurants on 5th District (Belváros-Lipótváros)




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TOKIO Restaurant
TOKIO Restaurant
7 Széchenyi István tér, 1051

TOKIO Budapest is one of Budapest's best Asian fusion restaurants and certainly enjoys one of the best locations of...Read more

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Wasabi Sushi & Wok Restaurant
Wasabi Sushi & Wok Restaurant
21 Podmaniczky utca, Budapest, 1065

0.57km

Offering all you can eat sushi and wok dishes Wasabi is an upmarket restaurant in a great located with plenty of...Read more

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Planet Sushi (Oktogon)
Planet Sushi (Oktogon)
3 Oktogon, 1067

0.71km

One of the best Japanese restaurants in Budapest offering great service and authentic food in a relaxed and stylish...Read more

Eating Budapest 6th District (Terézváros) Oktogon tér Restaurants Japanese & Sushi Restaurants

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