Lou Lou Restaurant in Budapest was number 86 out of the top 100 restaurants in the world made by Restaurant Magazine in 2007. Lou Lou serves French cuisine, as Frommer’s guide writes: “Fresh-fish dishes are the specialty of the house. Lou Lou features an extensive wine list. A house wine is available and is a good choice.” Lou Lou is relatively small (about eight tables) Antique wooden horse above the bar, chairs from the era of Louis XVI.
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 12-15 and 19-23, Sat 19-23 (closed on Sundays)
Note: Book a table in advance and prepare for Michelin type prices. Lou Lou was opened by Károly Rudits (earlier managing the kitchen in Kempinski Hotel Corvinus).
- metro: (red line) Kossuth tér station or (blue line) Bajcsy Zsilinszky út station
- tram/ streetcar: number 2, which runs along the River Danube embankment
- bus: number 15, 16, 105
See the location of Lou Lou on the Budapest Tourist Map (check the knife and fork map icon in the middle, and click on the icons to learn more about the neighboring places of interest or click on the View Larger Map blue link under the map). Notice that Lou Lou is very close to the Parliament, the Basilica and Roosevelt square with the Chain Bridge & the Gresham Palace:
OK, I accept my due punishment for the pun in the title.
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