Top 10 Places for High Quality Street Food in Budapest

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02 May Top 10 Places for High Quality Street Food in Budapest

As the summer months approach, there is nothing like a relaxing day in the sun with some great street food in hand. Budapest has seen a burst in its street food scene, with places like Karaván – a street food court – opening up, so here’s our top picks for tasty food on the go!

Ricsi’s World Jewish Street Food

Ricsi's World Jewish street food

At the heart of the Jewish quarter it seems apt that you can find great Jewish street food in this area. Rácskert’s open courtyard might tick all the classic ruin bar parameters, but here you’ll also find Ricsi, a Jewish street food vendor selling delicious tabbouleh salads, knish and their amazing beef sandwich and don’t miss “Barátfüle”, “friend’s ear”, one of the best cake in the town. The perfect place to stop for some Ashkenazi tastes on a night out in the Jewish Quarter.

Address: 7th district, Dob street 40.

Zing

Zing Burger

Delicious burgers made with prime cuts of beef and served up with high quality ingredients by Zing Burger. You can either visit their restaurant on Kiraly utca or various food trucks around the city. You can even get burgers made with Angus beef served with unique house-made sauces.

Address: 6th district, Király street 60.

Paneer

Paneer

If you love cheese, you’ll love Paneer. You’ll find various fried cheeses from cheddar and camembert to Hungarian cheeses like trappista and Maci, but even better are their “Real Cheese Burgers”. Fried cheese in a ciabatta bun with their own steak sauce and fried or dried onions and salad is the perfect meat-free alternative.

Address: 7th district, Király street 53.

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Pizzica

Pizzica

When it comes to pizza, Italians do it best, and this small place on Nagymezo utca is run by Paolo who makes authentic Italian style pizza. The thin based pizza is served straight from the oven and cut up with scissors. Try Pizzica’s delicious classic pizza made with torn up bits of fresh mozzarella and rucola or the pizza topped with potato and drizzled with truffle oil.

Address: 6th district, Nagymező street 21.

Meat & Sauce

Meat and souce

Meat & Sauce turns the simple sandwich into a gastronomical experience. All the meat here is prepared using the sous vide method and is topped off with a generous helping of delicious sauce. This is not the place to come if you want to eat your sandwich in an elegant way, but it’s definitely worth it for the taste.

Address: 6th district, Nagymező street 34. and 5th district, Madách Imre street 10.

Bors Gasztrobár

Bors Gasztrobár

For excellent street food made with high quality ingredients, you’ll want to try Bors GasztroBár for their daily specials of soups and baguettes, among other creations. Their unique recipes and gourmet take on simple dishes, like a soup or a sandwich, makes it the place to go for some high quality street food.

Address: 7th district, Kazinczy street 10.

Tomi Lángos

Lángos

Lángos (deep fried flat bread) is the ultimate Hungarian street food you must try once in Budapest. Between the entrances of Muszi and Corvinteto, you’ll find some street food places that look greasy and unappealing, but the lángos place offers a delicious dough that is cooked to perfection – soft on the inside and crunchy on the outside. Make sure you get it served up with cheese and sour cream.

Address: 8th district, Blaha Lujza square 1.

Funky Pho

Funky pho

Who said street food has to be unhealthy? Funky Pho offers great Vietnamese pho, made with fresh and tasty ingredients, like ginger chicken or beef, rice noodles, fresh vegetables all served up with a hot spicy broth and topped with coriander leaves. You’ll also find Vietnamese spring rolls, salads, noodles and even craft beer on offer here.

Address: 6th district, Mozsár street 7.

Leves

Leves

When you’re on the go, a cup of soup is a good way to fuel up and still see the city. Leves (soup) is the classic street food place. You’ll find excellent, tasty soups that are freshly made on the premises and served up in a cup you can either eat on the stand outside or take with you at your leisure.

Address: 5th district, Vámház krt. 14

Budapest Bagel

Bagel

Bagels might not be common street food in Budapest, but close to Kalvin Tér there is one pint-sized sanctuary where you can get authentic bagels in various incarnations with delicious fillings to go. Whether you want avocado or salmon cream cheese as the filling, this is the place to go for your bagel fix.

Address: 8th district, Baross street 4.

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