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Grated butter, Large fries, Lamb + fig, Pimientos de Padrón (fried Padrón peppers, Maldon salt)

Morros de vaca en salsa almadeira (slow cooked beef cheek in madeira sauce)

Large fries

Anchoas (anchovy)

Gambas pil-pil (shrimp marinated in garlic chili olive oil)

Tonight, we visited Padrón, located right in the center of Budapest. It’s small, family run, and delicious! This was such a long, but lovely day-we walked all day long with very few periods of rest. We got home, rested a bit and left hoping this place wasn’t closed since they were soon closing for their summer holiday. We ordered an assortment of things, and nothing disappointed us. This is a must visit if you ever get the opportunity to come to Budapest.

July 23, 2017 0 comment
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I had to dedicate a whole post to this dish called, Lecsó. Greg, my Hungarian friend and I lunched here together at A Séf Utcája. It’s located in Belvárosi Piac Market, which most tourist don’t know about. I asked that he help me choose the most Hungarian dish. He immediately recommended, Lecsó.  Based on all the paprika and tomato based sauce, it looked like it would be really tasty…but nothing could prepare me for exactly how tasty this dish was. Wow. It was so good, I didn’t want the meal to end. I wanted to sit there all day and just relish in all the flavor, but we couldn’t as Greg needed to return to work! If you ever make it to Budapest, Hungary, I highly recommend visiting  A Séf Utcája.  You will not be disappointed!

July 21, 2017 0 comment
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