Traditionally hungarian

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Traditionally hungarian
Traditionally hungarian
Traditionally hungarian
Traditionally hungarian
We are Hungarians so we love to eat. :) Me and my husband, András, we would like to invite you for a delicious Hungarian dinner. Our cosy flat is at the most beautiful part of Buda, just a few steps away from the Castle. If you tell us your preferences, we can personalize the dinner for your needs, so don't hesitate to contact us :)
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a, my grandma's Gulyás soup made with crispy beef - be prepared, it's a rich entrée!
b, if you don't eat beef, I can prepare you a traditional Chicken Soup with vegetables and vermicelli
c, or the Frankfurt soup (with savoy cabbage and sausages)

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a, our favourite cottage cheese noodle dish (Túrós Csusza) with fried crispy bacon topped with Hungarian sour cream
b, the classic Hortobágyi pancakes (it's filled with chicken stew!)
c, roast duck legs with smashed potatoes and stewed cabbage
d, the "layered potatoes"

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a, the Sponge Cake, that is heaven for chocolate and rum lovers
b, my grandma's walnut cake with home-made plum jam

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Mineral water, fruit juice, good Hungarian wines/beer is included, as well as the aperitif/digestif that is the Hungarian shot, the Pálinka!
Our dinner time at Tündi's place was from far the best evening we spent in Budapest during our stay !!
Tündi is not only a great cook but also a great host ! She prepared and shared with us before our arrival a list of tips, advices and nice addresses to visit !
We will remember this dinner and hope to meet Tündi and her husband soon in Budapest or any other place ! And of course recommend tourists passing by Budapest to meet them too !
December 2015 - Traditionally hungarian

We had a great time during our first Voulez-vous diner experience! Trundi and her husband Andrasz are great hosts and excellent cooks. The apartment is very cosy: it was decorated with a Christmas tree and a beautiful aquarium of colorful fish. The food was typically Hungarian .We had goulash soup, duck with vegetables, and three different types of Hungarian pastries, along with a wide assortment of different wines and spirits. We had great fun speaking to the hosts, their two friends, and the two French visitors. Although we heard that the service is not yet very popular in Hungary, I recommend all travelers to try a dinner with Trundi and Andrasz!
December 2015 - Traditionally hungarian