HUNGARY

    Flavours of Hungary

    Flavours of Hungary

    Goulash is the country’s culinary calling card, but there are many other delicious Hungarian dishes, whether it’s roast pork or pretty pastries.
    Culinary neighbourhoods: Budapest

    Culinary neighbourhoods: Budapest

    From casual canteens to Michelin-starred restaurants, the Hungarian capital is full of places to dine out — nowhere more so than in the Jewish Quarter, Szabadság tér and Bartók Béla út
    Raise a glass: Hungarian wine

    Raise a glass: Hungarian wine

    The spiritual home of ‘noble rot’, Hungary has been producing great wines for millennia, from from Tokaji aszú to Egri bikavér.
    How to make it: Szabina Szulló and Tamás Széll’s goulash recipe

    How to make it: Szabina Szulló and Tamás Széll’s goulash recipe

    Two chefs’ take on goulash, the classic Hungarian stew of meat and vegetables, served at their two Budapest restaurants, Stand and Stand25.
    Hungary: Deconstructing goulash

    Hungary: Deconstructing goulash

    Around the globe you’ll find all sorts of dishes masquerading as goulash. But the authentic, Hungarian version is a world apart. And it’s never, ever, a stew.
    Budapest: Chefs and culinary makers

    Budapest: Chefs and culinary makers

    Meet the chefs and makers behind Budapest’s top food experiences, from the farmer producing gourmet charcuterie to the man who established Hungary’s first ‘DIY restaurant’.