Budapest Restaurants by Districts
The following article is just being written in June 2012, we apologize for its current state. In the meantime, please check our Budapest Restaurant map here.
Budapest Restaurant Map
You can find some of the best restaurants in Budapest in our Budapest Tourist Map. Please click on the map image to get to the actual interactive map to estimate walking, car or Budapest public transport distances:
District I (Castle Quarters – Varnegyed)
Restaurants in the 1st district of Budapest: Alabardos Restaurant, Restaurant 21, Pest-Buda Bsitro, Cafe Pierrot, Arany Kaviar Restaurant, Csalogany 26 Restaurant, Hunyadi Restaurant, Carne Di Hall Restaurant, etc.
These restaurants are in and around the Castle Hill, including the Buda Castle, the Fisherman’s Bastion, Matthias Church, the Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest History Museum, the Hospital in the Rock Museum, Hotel Hilton Budapest in the Royal Palace, St George Residence Hotel, Rudas Baths, Lanchid 19 Design Hotel, etc.). Read more about the attractions in Budapest District I.
District II (Rose Hill – Rozsadomb)
Restaurants in the 2nd district of Budapest: Kacsa Restaurant in Fo Street, Mandragora Restaurant in Kacsa Street, Cafe Gusto in Frankel Leo Street, Pata Negra Restaurant in Frankel Leo street, Almasy Vendeglo Restaurant in Romer Floris Street, Ping Chinese Restaurant on Szell Kalman Square (former Moszkva square), Prime Steak & Wine Restaurant in Lovohaz street (in Mammut Shopping Mall), etc. Read more about the attractions in Budapest District II.
District V (Inner City – Belvaros & Leopold Town – Lipotvaros)
Restaurants in the 5th district of Budapest: the very city centre, downtown Budapest including Deak Square, Vorosmarty Square, some parts of the UNESCO World Heritage sites like the Chain Bridge, the Hungarian Parliament, and the Danube Promenade, St Stephen’s Basilica, Vaci utca Shopping Street starting from Vorosmarty Square (Christmas Market venue, Cafe Gerbeaud, Onyx Restaurant with 1 Michelin star) and ending at the Central Market Hall by the Liberty Bridge, Erzsebet Square (Elisabeth square) with the WAMP Design Fairs and the Akvarium Club underground, and most of the five star Budapest luxury hotels like the Four Seasons Gresham Palace, Hotel Kempinski, Hotel Sofitel, Hotel Le Meridien, Hotel Marriott, etc.
District VI (Theresa Town – Terezvaros)
Restaurants in the 6th district of Budapest: city centre, downtown Budapest, including the Opera House, Liszt Ferenc Square, Oktogon, some parts of Andrassy Avenue and the Jewish Quarters, House of Terror Museum, Nyugati Train Station (Western Railway Station), the Music Academy, Operetta Theatre
District VII (Elisabeth Town – Erzsebetvaros)
Restaurants in the 7th district of Budapest: city centre, downtown Budapest, including some parts of the old Jewish Quarters, Dohany Street Synagogue, and several other synagogues (Kazincy street, Rumbach Sebestyen street, etc.), Szimpla Kert ruin pub and lots of other Budapest ruin pubs, Gozsdu court with the GOUBA Fairs, Boscolo Hotel (New York Palace), Cafe New York, Continental Hotel Zara, etc.
District VIII (Joseph Town – Jozsefvaros)
Restaurants in the 8th district of Budapest close to city centre of Budapest, including the Hungarian National Museum, Urania Film Theatre, Keleti Train Station, Hungarian Natural History Museum, Hotel Palazzo Zichy, the Wenckheim Palace (Szabo Ervin Library) etc.
District IX (Francis Town – Ferencvaros)
Restaurants in the 9th district of Budapest close to city centre of Budapest, including the Central Market Hall (aka Grand Market Hall), the Museum of Applied Arts, Costes Restaurant (1 Michelin star) in Raday Street (the street itself is a restaurant quarter with lots of restaurants and cafes with outdoor terraces), Palace of Arts (MUPA) with the Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art and the Bela Bartok Concert Hall, Holocaust Memorial Centre
Restaurants in the 14th district of Budapest a short ride from the city centre of Budapest, including the Heroes’ Square, the City Park, Szechenyi Bath, Museum of Fine Arts, Museum of Agriculture (Vajdahunyad Castle), Museum of Transport,
This article will soon be developed, please bear with us.