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Kádár Étkezde

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October 18, 2019
Classic Hungarian and jewish food.
September 14, 2019
If you’re curious about the dishes Hungarian families ate in the ’70s and ’80s, visit the Kádár Étkezde on Klauzál tér. Charmingly simple and brilliant creations are served in a homely, friendly milieu. The floor and the tablecloths are chequered, the walls are adorned with old photographs, and the…
June 21, 2019
If you wonder what everyday dining was like during communist Hungary, Kádár Étkezde may be able to give you the answer. Or at least that used to be the case before tourists descended on the place in the last few years. Kádár, which opened in 1957, started out as a wallet-friendly neighborhood joint…
March 3, 2018
Retro style, great Hungarian meal!
January 15, 2018
A real time travel. An eatery as it looked 40 years ago. Simple menu, simple food but really good for trying basic Hungarian dishes.

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“Very small authentic hungarian restaurant. Please make a reservation as seats are limited. Great grilled chicken”
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“Mika Tivadar Bar was named after Tivadar Mika, one-time iron and copperware factory owner. Mika’s former factory in Kazinczy utca is now home to one of the best new-wave clubs in the city, where the people of the nearby 400 are also returning guests due to the fact that the two clubs have similar air, design, and audience. The excellent wines, the superb music and the all-new interior are all hard to resist. From spring to autumn, the garden of Mika Tivadar also awaits you with delicious dishes, drinks, light paintings and cool music.”
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Franskur veitingastaður
“M serves a mishmash of French, Italian, and Hungarian fare that includes foie gras pate (€5), duck breast (€13), and chicken paprikash (€11). They don't try to reinterpret these classics, instead sticking to decades-old recipes. The highlights are the soft and flavorful duck rose and the veal osso bucco paired with a creamy risotto (€14). I also enjoyed the light blue cheese salad drizzled with slices of pear. Although M Restaurant looks like a neighborhood joint—small, homey space with a kind waitstaff—most patrons are actually tourists. Note that the upstairs tables can get a little stuffy in the summer, so try to sit on the ground floor or the tiny outdoor terrace. Reservations are an absolute must. Cash only!”
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Ungverskur veitingastaður
“Cosy dinner only restaurant with proper Hungarian Cuisine serving only Hungarian meals and Hungarian wines. Interesting dulcimer ('cimbalom') music and great outdoor seating makes this small Jewish district restaurant special.”
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“The Klauzál Square Market Hall was built in the place of a burned-down theater in 1897. The once imposing structure with three hundred retail outlets was renovated in 1987 and then in 2015. This time the city administration dreamed up a hall with new features and spaces, and the plan came true in October. The building is still accessible through the main entrances at Klauzál Square and Akácfa Street, and customers can go to the brand new mezzanine level by stairs, escalator or elevator. In addition to farmers’ tables and display cabinets, numerous catering units, fine bakeries, as well as traditional artisans and suppliers will await customers seven days a week. Do not miss out to try the pancakes on the first floor.”
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9 Klauzál tér
VII. kerület, 1072
Sími+36 1 321 3622