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Lovely fine dining restaurant with delicious Hungarion modern cuisine and rare Hungarian wines.
Stand - the newest Michelin star place of the city. Fine dining with Hungarian touch and tastes
Perfect Hungarian cuisine at this Michelin-starred restaurant, since 2019. Fine dining project of local celebrity chef-duo, Szabina Szulló and Tamás Széll. Please make a reservation.
“The view from the roof top is amazing especially during the sunset, you can see the Danube. ”
“A Michelin star chef opened this restaurant. Highly recommended. Local food.”
“Séf utcája (The Chef’s Street) is housed in the Downtown Market’s store number 3 in the Gallery section. A 25-year friendship, thousands of meals shared and a good deal of traveling inspired the owner and Lajos Bíró to open this outrageously good place. The result of A Séf utcája is a traditional deli and butcher shop in an authentic environment, where the black pudding is twisted inside out, and the chicken soup comes in a jar. The deli is open from early morning until late at night, awaiting market-goer gourmets who want to try Hungarian street food.”
“A rooftop view in Budapest can amount to an impromptu 20th-century history lesson of Hungary. Scan the Danube's bank from atop, and you'll see classically-proportioned, grand buildings alternating, seemingly randomly, with glass and concrete boxes. Those modern structures, not all of them visually pleasing, sprung up during the communist era (1947-1989) to replace what's been flattened by WWII bombings. You can see it for yourself at Leo, a sleek rooftop bar in Buda perched above the swanky Hotel Clark but open to the public. It's almost literally within arm's reach of the Chain Bridge, a historic Budapest landmark, with equally good views of the Buda Castle, and, well, the whole city. Taking in the views from here, even to locals, is an absorbing experience. Accordingly, prices are pretty steep by Budapest standards, though not unreasonable—cocktails and aperitifs run €12. (If you're on a budget, grab some beers at a grocery store and hike up to the vantage point above the Buda Castle Tunnel nearby for similar views). Note that Leo usually fills up days in advance, so try booking early. Also, they're only open during the outdoor season, usually from May to September.”