One of the most curious places in Budapest is undoubtedly the Bécsiszelet Kisvendéglő, a small Hungarian restaurant located in a renowned residential area of the capital, specifically at number 14 Pozsonyi Street, 1137 Budapest, near the famous Margaret Bridge on the Danube river on the Pest side!
We say small because its capacity is 40 indoor and 20 on the terrace, but it is large, very large because it has a very varied homemade Hungarian traditional menu in which, in addition, the customer can choose dishes with or without gluten. Yes, you read correctly, you can choose any dish from the menu gluten-free, which makes it a truly unique place.
Bécsiszelet Kisvendéglő is a family business since 2003, open from 12pm until 11pm, where the smell of good home cooking catches you, where you can have a lunch-menu every day, even on weekends, of course you can have lunch or dinner à la carte with an excellent variety of Hungarian wines! This is a place where you can enjoy a good beer or a good coffee, with milk or without lactose, where you can enjoy delicious homemade Hungarian desserts, cool down with a lemonade or cocktails without alcohol…
There are four brothers who lead the place, two girls and one boy, very nice people, a place with a charm so original, so local … Do you know what I did when I finished writing these words? The smell of the place went back to my sense, I took the tram number 2 and went to the Bécsiszelet Kisvendéglő to take the specialty of the place with a tankard of beer!
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