Pining for a paella in Budapest? Restaurants with Spanish cuisine are not easy to find, as Italian restaurants are so popular in Budapest that another Mediterranean inspiration finds its way harder on the palette of restaurants in the city.
La Plaza Restaurant Budapest
La Plaza Restaurant is perhaps the Spanish restaurant in Budapest, luckily located in downtown Budapest, so you won’t have to travel a lot to find it in Oktober 6 Street. Besides the great location, there are tasty dishes, tasty floral interior, tasting menus (5 course and 8 course), as well as a la carte. Let’s hope the chef Juan Carlos is in love with Budapest to stay around for many years. The restaurant is related to the five star Spanish owned Grand Hotel Iberia Budapest. A strikingly characteristic Spanish streak in the heart of Budapest. Embrace it.
Pata Negra Restaurant Budapest
Pata Negra Restaurant is a cozy little Spanish place to eat with affordable prices. There is a Pata Negra Restaurant on the Buda side, in a non touristy area of Budapest (in general the Buda side of Budapest is a lot more relaxed), and there is another one on the Pest side by Kalvin Square. Both are popular, with average rates of 4 out of 5. Pata Negra Pest is often featured as it is not too far from the well known central market of Budapest, the Great Market Hall. Pata Negra Buda is within walking distance to Margaret Bridge Budapest, Lukacs Bath and Veli Bej Bath.