There are quite of few superb Asian (primarily Chinese) restaurants in Budapest, Hungary, some of which are as follows:
Nobu Restaurant Budapest in the five star luxury Hotel Kempinski, in the very heart of the city of Budapest, close to St Stephan’s Basilica, the iconic Chain Bridge and the Gresham Palace (now Four Seasons Hotel Budapest). The Japanese NOBU has a private room and a sushi bar too.
Master Wang’s Restaurant (Wang Mester Konyhaja Etterem) – one of the best restaurants in Budapest and definitely the top Chinese restaurant in Budapest, which gets awards from local gourmands and food critiques on a regular basis
Momotaro Ramen Restaurant – Chinese dishes, in the city centre of Budapest in Szechenyi street, close to the Hungarian Parliament, the Museum of Ethnography, the Art Nouveau Bedo House and a bunch of further Budapest attractions. Pleasant, simple. The decor is more like a traditional Hungarian restaurant with a couple of Asian themed pictures hung on the wall. The prices at he Chinese restaurant are very reasonable.
Papirtigris Restaurant is definitely more like a pleasantly casual and cool Asian cafe than a dinner restaurant, so don’t plan it for a romantic dinner after / before an evening out. The foods are good and sold at a very reasonable price, the location is off the city centre on Becsi way in Old Buda (District III), not far from (Ramada Plaza) Budapest Hotel Aquincum. Papirtigris restaurant is also a take away place and their good sushi and fried calamari have been often reviewed well. Both Chinese meals and Japanese sushi are available.
Baraka Restaurant – Asian fusion restaurant on Andrassy Avenue, within a 5- 15 min walking to several Budapest attractions like the Heroes’ square, the House of Terror Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts, Szechenyi Baths and the Vajdahunyad Castle. Although most reviewers found the restaurant very good or even excellent, demanding a Michelin star for the stylish restaurant, a handful of guests were truly disappointed. Bad luck? We don’t know. The value comes up as a frequent downside, while the atmosphere and service are usually highly rated. Mind you, Baraka is a hotel restaurant (Mamaison Hotel Andrassy five star boutique restaurant): chic, relaxed, and it might be as international as Asian fusion.
Taiwan Restaurant is a good Chinese restaurant away from the city centre of Budapest in the 9th district (close to Nagyvarad square: M3 metro station, blue line). We wouldn’t recommend a detour for the restaurant but if you happen to be in the neighbourhood (not many attractions nearby to be honest), and want to eat some solid Chinese dishes, go to Taiwan Restaurant.
Ping Chinese Restaurant – a cheap and good Chinese restaurant in Budapest on Szell Kalman square (M2 metro station), at the foot of the Budapest Castle Hill with the Buda Castle Royal Palace atop.