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

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

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

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

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

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’.

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