TASTING MENU

During dinner service, our Executive Chef Miguel Rocha Vieira, proposes a variety of Vegetarian, Gluten Free and regular Tasting Menus consisting of Four (4) Five (5) or Six (6) Courses prepared applying different modern techniques on locally grown, fresh ingredients.  Apart from the traditional menu-wine pairings, we also pair the chosen menu with locally handcrafted beers, or our own selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic infusions created by our head barman.

BACK TO THE ROOTS (V)
Raw, Marinated and Cooked Winter Root Vegetables

CAULIFLOWER (V)
Roasted with Spices, Dried Fruits and Grapes

RAINBOW TROUT
Cooked Slowly, Winter Cabbages and Turnips, “Cozido” Sauce

AGED BEEF
Two ways, Jerusalem Artichoke and Black Truffle

CITRUS “LEGO”
Orange, Mandarin, Pink Grapefruit and Yuzu

PEPPER
Dark Chocolate Mousse, Paprika, Raspberry

FOUR-COURSE MENU

25,500 HUF / PERSON

with handcrafted beer pairings
35.500 HUF / person

with non-alkoholic pairing
35.500 HUF / person

with wine pairing
38.500 HUF / person

FIVE-COURSE MENU

28,000 HUF / PERSON

with handcrafted beer pairings
38,000 HUF / person

with non-alkoholic pairing
40,500 HUF / person

with wine pairing
44,000 HUF / person

SIX-COURSE MENU

31,500 HUF / PERSON

with handcrafted beer pairings
41,500 HUF / person

with non-alkoholic pairing
44,000 HUF / person

with wine pairing
47,500 HUF / person

FINE DINING BUDAPEST

The Hungarian capital abounds with excellent fine dining spots. Taking influence from the surrounding countries, as well as the country’s multicultural history, visitors can expect to find some of Europe’s most opulent dining facilities in Budapest. While the country was previously well known for its hearty eastern European stews, nowadays locals welcome you with traditional Hungarian cooking given – with a modern, health-oriented Western European twist.

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FINE DINING BUDAPEST

The Hungarian capital abounds with excellent fine dining spots. Taking influence from the surrounding countries, as well as the country’s multicultural history, visitors can expect to find some of Europe’s most opulent dining facilities in Budapest. While the country was previously well known for its hearty eastern European stews, nowadays locals welcome you with traditional Hungarian cooking – with a modern, health-oriented Western European twist.

Book a table