French Restaurants in Budapest

There are some French restaurants in Budapest with really high quality, one made it into my personal Top 5 restaurants in Budapest, where you get excellent food and fantastic wines. Chose the best among the French restaurants in Budapest below and enjoy a dinner out in the Paris of Eastern Europe.

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Restaurant Jardinette

First time that I have been to restaurant Jardinette in Budapest was at a wedding I was invited to but obviously the menu was different from what the restaurant usually offers. However the chef was probably the same and as the food was very good I decided to visit restaurant Jardinette again. Located in the beautiful Buda hills close to a cemetary Jardinette is in a really nice, calm area of Budapest. A large house with an attached garden functions as the restaurant. The interior is a bit boring to be honest but the garden is nice with a lot of trees and an area for kids to play. That makes jardinette very nice especially in summer. Coming to the menu of restaurant Jardinette in Budapest which is fairly international but here and there you can find a typical Hungarian dish such as goose liver or cat fish paprikas. I decided to take the “Cream of aubergine with zucchini and toasted turkish bread” as a starter followed by a classic…

Déryné Bistro

Good breakfast If you are searching for a good place in Budapest to have a breakfast I can recommend to you Café Déryné in the heart of Buda. It is located right at Krisztina Tér, which is behind the tunnel and on the foot of the Buda Castle disctrict. ← → x × Previous Next

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Chez Daniel Budapest

Restaurant Chez Daniel in Budapest is one of the best addresses in town when it comes to good food and quality wine. The French restaurant near Andrassy út is a small and very comfortable restaurant where you are treated as a guest and not as a customer. The menu is, compared to some other restaurants in Budapest, very clear and well arranged. The concept of few dishes but high quality is working perfectly fine if you ask me. The menu is purely French so you will not find a Gulash Soup or Pörkölt but extremely nice typical French cuisine. Even though the menu is small there is something for everybody on the card from meat to fish or vegetarian if needed, you can get your soup, a cold starter or warm starters. Also the wine selection is perfectly organized because next to Chez Daniel there is a wine store that is run by the owner as well so he knows his handcraft and can offer the best wine to each course. Chez…