You know that my fabulous time in Budapest had to be accompanied by great food.
…and great food it was, lots of it too.
After a whirlwind day of traveling, seeing the sites, trying to get laundry done, and nursing my swollen legs, a good meal was definitely needed.
…and it started with the longest trek for food ever. I felt like I was on an episode of Little House on the Prairie. Our tour guide was fantastic, and gorgeous too but his approximations for walking times, OMG.. ever so off, but I forgave him because he was charming and gorgeous.
…so I took a few snaps along the way
We finally arrived after what seemed like years of walking and was greeted with a packed house with visions of massive culinary greatness.
Cream of chicken soup – rich and creamy
They accidentally delivered this meal; no complaints from us. I’m not quite sure of what it was, chicken or pork something with fried potatoes.
Grilled Schnitzel Salad
Hungarian Dinner – Grilled chicken smothered with peaches and cheese; served with vegetable rice.
Interesting combination, but ever so tasty, well I didn’t eat the peaches.
and then there was dessert
lots of it
I shared of course.
then, a walk was needed
Food – * * * *
Atmosphere – * * * *
Service – * * *
Definitely recommend as a place to dine in Budapest.