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Eating in Budapest

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Straddling the Danube, Budapest is endowed with natural and manmade beauty. It’s also the place to discover that there’s a lot more to Hungarian food than goulash. Read on to plan a culinary adventure here.

Gluttony is no sin at Monk’s Bistrot
PHOTOGRAPH: COURTESY OF MONK’S BISTROT/PH ZSOLT BATAR. WITH CONTRIBUTIONS FROM STEVE FALLON, ANNA KAMINSKI

BARACK & SZILVA

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This is the kind of perfectly formed restaurant that every neighbourhood wishes it could claim. The ‘Peach & Plum’ serves high-quality and exceptionally well-prepared Hungarian provincial food in a bistro setting. Try the duck pâté with dried plums and the red-wine beef pörkölt (stew). Lovely terrace in summer and live music, too.

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