Hungarian food is my new favourite

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The food here is DELICIOUS.
This is a medium-sized, round loaf of crusty bread, hollowed out, then filled with stuffed cabbage. The cabbage leaves are so soft they are translucent; they’re stuffed with minced pork, rice & spices. Sour cream is obligatory on pretty much all dishes.
This plus a small bottle of water cost $8AUD (even at a tourist hot-spot) and fed two of us… Though I could have easily had another serve…

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About SKR

30-something Australian who happened to live in Budapest for 8 months in 2012. Returned for a holiday in 2014 & 2015. Became a mum in 2016.
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One Response to Hungarian food is my new favourite

  1. Szia SziaSteph! It’s great to see you are enjoying your time so far in this wonderful city. As I’m sure you can expect already, as soon as you think you know all of the city’s secrets, you’ll find that there’s always some wonderful hidden gem of a shop, store, restaurant, park, or beautiful space hiding behind an unchecked corner just waiting for you. I’ve noticed that you’ve started to explore the Hungarian food scene, so I wanted to pass along some info that may be helpful to you. I’m in the process of writing a thesis on local food systems in Budapest, so if you would ever want any info about the local food scene (and organics scene in Budapest and Hungary) you could check out my site: http://www.localfoodlogi.wordpress.com
    The site is still in its infancy stages, but it can definitely lead you to some tasty treats! Vislat!

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