Guide to... Hungarian Restaurants in London

Of course if you want to sample authentic gulyas soup, chicken paprikas, langos, or any other Hungarian favourite then there is no better option than heading to Budapest on a Wizz Air flight and enjoying the thermal baths before hand. Of course if you are not so lucky to be in Budapest on a whim there is one good Hungarian restaurant in London.

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Gay Hussar
Gay Hussar

2 Greek Street, Soho, London, W1D 4NB

The Gay Hussar has served national specialities and the finest Hungarian wines for over 50 years. Our Hungarian...Read more

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Mohammed Ali Jinnah Blue Plaque - Quaid i Azam  Mohammed Ali  Jinnah  1876-1948  founder of Pakistan  stayed here in  1895
Joseph Conrad Blue Plaque - Joseph Conrad 1857-1924 novelist lived here
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Hugh Gaitskell Blue Plaque - Hugh Gaitskell 1906-1963 statesman lived here

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