Goulash soup is Hungaricum since 2017. It has origins all the way back to Magyar shepherds in the 9th century.
If you like fish and paprika, you’ll love Hungarian fisherman’s soup! It’s spicy, delicious, and has a fiery red color – learn more on JustBudapest.
Looking for the sweetest treat in Budapest? Follow our lead and taste the oldest Hungarian pastry, the Transylvanian chimney cake!
From the locals’ favorite, the puffy deep-fried dough ‘lángos’ to the sugar hit chimney cake ‘kürtőskalács’ and its extravagant variants, we’ve collected the tastiest Hungarian delicacies you can grab while roaming the streets of the inner city.
Chicken paprikash – how it came to be, how to make it and where to have the best when in Budapest. Learn more on JustBudapest.
Let's taste the most popular and delicious Hungarian traditional desserts such as Strudel, Pancake, and a unique Cottage cheese stick. Try them, today!
Hungary’s cuisine is like its history: rich, varied, and exciting. Read our article and find out what foods to try during your trip in Budapest.
Everything you wanted to know about the famous Hungarian street food, lángos. What it is, where to have it and how to make it.
A complete guide to drinking pálinka, the traditional Hungarian spirit.
It’s bitter, contains more than 40 herbs and has a film-like history – meet Hungary’s second favorite liquor, Unicum.