Food Tour


If you are hungry and would like to try the best of our cuisine then this tour is for you! A great way to explore the city and also taste the traditional Hungarian dishes.

60.00 / person


  • St. Stephen’s Basilica
  • Inner city
  • Jewish quarter
  • The first ruin bar
  • A less known market hall
  • Funky and local places


  • The famous goulash soup with a local spirit
  • Tasting of the Lángos
  • A meat platter with the best red wine of Hungary
  • Traditional pastries and a coffee
  • Lots of recommendations, tips, interesting stories and legends about Budapest


  • By the Sate Opera House on Andrássy Avenue


First we will meet in front of the famous State Opera House to start our culinary experience, where we will share some basic facts about the Hungarian history. From here we continue to our first stop to try the traditional Goulash soup followed with a real local spirit.
As we proceed to our next destination we will show you around in the colorful jewish quarter of Budapest with some recommendations where to go and what to do later at night if you feel like going out. Arriving to our second stop we try the typical street food of this country: the Lángos, which is basically a fried dough with sour cream and cheese.
On our way to our next stop we stop by the first ruin bar in town, which is a really funky and hipster place to take some pictures about! Getting half full we still need to get to our third place to taste a Hungarian meat platter, followed with the best Hungarian red wine.
Of course, no food tour could finish without some desserts right? First I will show you around in a smaller local food market to get to know the rest of the traditional food our country can offer and finally we arrive to our last destination to taste the cakes and other pastries with a nice coffee!