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Eating
Buda

94

Castle Hill 94
Gellért Hill & the Tabán 94
Víziváros 95
Óbuda & Aquincum 96
Buda Hills 97
Cheap Eats – Buda 98

Pest

90

Inner Town 111
Northern Inner Town 112
Újlipótváros & Terézváros 113
Erzsébetváros 115
Józsefváros & Ferencváros 116
Andrássy Út 118
City Park 119
Cheap Eats – Pest 119

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Most restaurants are open from 10am or 11am to 11pm or midnight; if there are no times
listed under a particular entry in this chapter, you can assume the place will be open between
those hours. It’s always best to arrive by 9pm or 10pm (at the latest), though, to ensure
being served.
It is advisable to book tables at medium-priced to expensive restaurants.

How Much?

Very roughly, a two-course sit-down meal for one person with a glass of wine or beer for
under 2500Ft in Budapest is ‘budget’ (though you can eat ‘cheaply’ for less than that), while
a ‘moderate’ meal will cost up to 5000Ft. There’s a big jump to an ‘expensive’ meal (5000Ft
to 7500Ft), and ‘very expensive’ is anything above that. Most restaurants offer a good-value
menü (set menu) of two or three courses at lunch.

Tipping

The way you tip in restaurants here is unusual. You never leave the money on the table –
this is considered both stupid and rude – but tell the waiter how much you’re paying in
total. If the bill is, say, 2700Ft, you’re paying with a 5000Ft note and you think the waiter
deserves a gratuity of around 10%, first ask if service is included (some restaurants add it
to the bill automatically, which makes tipping unnecessary). If it isn’t, say you’re paying
3000Ft or that you want 2000Ft back.
It is not unknown for waiters to try to rip you off once they see you are a foreigner. They
may try to bring you an unordered dish or make a ‘mistake’ when tallying the bill. If you think
there’s a discrepancy, ask for the menu and check the bill carefully. If you’ve been taken for
more than 15% or 20% of the bill, call for the manager. Otherwise just don’t leave a tip.

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One of the largest and most central food markets in Buda is the Fény utca market (Map
pp218–19; II Fény utca; h6am-6pm Mon-Fri, 6am-2pm Sat; mM2 Moszkva tér) next to
the Mammut shopping mall (p143). Kaiser’s Szupermarket (Map pp228–9; cnr XI Október 23
utca & XI Bercsényi utca; h7am-8pm Mon-Fri, 7am-4pm Sat, 8am-3pm Sun; j4) is a
good-sized supermarket south of XI Béla Bartók út, and a shop called Ezred Nonstop (Map p220;
I Attila utca 57; h24hr; g78) is open around the clock.

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Eating
Buda 94
Castle Hill 94
Gellért Hill & the Tabán 94
Víziváros 95
Óbuda & Aquincum 96
Buda Hills 97
Cheap Eats – Buda 98
Pest 111
Inner Town 111
Northern Inner Town 112
Újlipótváros & Terézváros 113
Erzsébetváros 115
Józsefváros & Ferencváros 116
Andrássy Út 118
City Park 119
Cheap Eats – Pest 119
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