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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Blue Plaques in London

George Dance The Younger Blue Plaque - George Dance the Younger 1741-1825 architect lived and died here
T. E. Lawrence And Vyvyan Richards Blue Plaque - T. E. Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia) - Until conveyed to the Corporation of London in September 1930, 18 acres of land at the top of Pole Hill was owned by T E Lawrence, the famous soldier, writer and scholar. It was here that he originally intended to erect a house with his friend Vyvyan Richards in which to print fine books including his classic "Seven Pillars of Wisdom". This never came to pass, although until 1922 Richards lived here in a hut called "cloisters"
George Williams And Young Men's Christian Association Black Plaque - Here in 1844 George Williams with eleven other young men employed in the City of London who shared his zeal and vision founded the Young Men's Christian Association in a drapery house on this site in which he worked and lived.  From its beginning in this place inspired of God the Association grew to encompass the world.
Fortune Theatre And Edward Alleyn Blue Plaque - Good Master Edward Alleyn's Fortune Theatre stood on a site near here in 1600
John Colet And St Paul's School, London Blue Plaque - Near this spot from 1512 until 1884 stood St Paul's School founded by Dean Colet
Tom Baker Blue Plaque - Tom Baker   1966-2041   bespoke tailor   works here but lives around the corner

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