This is where local people buy the ingredients for a lovely sundaylunch for the family. If you shop here, it is sure that you will buy the products of hungarian small farmers and hungarian traders; elderly ladies own grown veggies and fruits, farm chicken, beef and pork from our lands. Try the…
Not so touristic real old fashioned food market with excellent fruits, vegetables, and all ingredients. 2 station with our metro line from Arany János utca to Lehel tér. Direction: Ujpest Worth to visit.
A traditional Budapest market. Many farmers bring their own vegetables and fruits here to sell, but you can find but you can also find original hungarian meat dishes and dairy products too.
5 minutes walk or 1 metro stop and you can choose from wide range of food and drink.
This is the best place to buy fresh food. There are many stalls here ranging from fruit&veg to meat, cheese and bakeries.
“Oriental Soup House is a hopping Vietnamese restaurant in Újlipótváros, a residential neighborhood a bit outside the city center. As soon as you enter, you'll notice the Asian cooks scurrying behind the open kitchen, always a good sign for a Vietnamese restaurant. The menu features 11 types of soups, of which the traditional beef pho (pho bo; €6) with a gleaming, flavorful broth is among the best I've had in Budapest, especially if you get it with thinly sliced tenderloins that quickly cook through in the steaming broth. The bun cha, grilled pork patties with springy rice noodles and a profusion of fresh herbs and vegetables, is wonderfully refreshing (€6). Round out your meal with a Vietnamese chè dessert (€3), which is a luscious tapioca pudding with mango and pomegranate seeds. Oriental Soup House is wildly popular, so try booking in advance. (If you don't, you may have to sit at one of the long communal tables in the middle of the space on backless wooden stools.) After your meal, roam around the neighborhood, known for its modernist buildings from the 1930s and 1940s, especially those along Pozsonyi Road, the main artery of the area. Note that Oriental Soup House has another location in downtown, but this one draws more locals.”
“The most popular park in the neighbourhoud for locals to hang out. It is right bescide the Danube. Huge playground, perfect with children. ”
“A variety of Vegan and Vegetarian food. They are a franchise so you can find many of their restaurants all around town!”
“Három Tarka Macska is an artisan bakery on the tastefully upscale Pozsonyi Road in Újlipótváros, a well-heeled area I think of as the “West Village of Budapest.” Step inside, and a paradise of aromatic and still-steaming sourdough, whole wheat, and rye breads, brioches, and rolls in all shapes and sizes await you. The two must-try local favorites are the túrós batyu (a sweet-tart cottage cheese-filled laminated pastry) and the kakaós csiga (a snail-shaped chocolate pastry roll), which go down especially well with the flavored yogurts that Három Tarka Macska sources from a local family-owned producer. While mainly a takeout bakery, omelettes and freshly-made sandwiches are also available for a sit-down meal. The customers comprise a cross section of local residents, including snazzy millennials, families with young children, and moneyed senior citizens with purebred dogs by their sides. Once here, be sure to also roam around this charming neighborhood.”