Alabardos Restaurant which is located in a nice old Gothic building from the 15th century, is only a few steps from the Gothic Matthias Church and the panoramic ramparts on top of the Castle hill called Fishermen’s Bastion. The restaurant has a terrace and a garden besides the internal rooms, which are all decorated in a style that combines medieval memorabilia, walls, colors with 19th century refurbishment. The atmosphere inside is hushed and elegant, although slightly pretentious. World-famous Zsolnay and Herend porcelains are used for dining.
The majority of the dishes on the menu represent traditional Russian cuisine and the classical cuisine of the court of the Czars influenced by French cuisine. Guests can choose from the 5 course Tasting Menu, changed regularly, or the 8 course Gourmet Menu, both very popular. Apart from the menu, the restaurant pays special attention to the selection of wines and spirits, which are chosen by two sommeliers from famous Hungarian wine cellars and from among the masterpieces produced by smaller artisan wineries. Their selection of wines and spirits can be considered unique in Hungary today.
Café Déryné is a traditional bistro in downtown Buda at the corner of the busy Krisztina Boulevard and Alagút Street. Coffe-house, bistro, restaurant, wine bar and party place in the rooms of the old Déryné confectionery. Warm colors and lights, traditional, elegant bistro feeling. Déryné offers a brief menu, focusing on Hungarian and Mediterranean tastes. You can choose from a great variety of wines in their wine bar.
Restaurant The Speiz
The SPEIZ (Pantry) on Castle Hill with its cosy informal atmosphere encourages everyone who is curious about gastronomy and loves traditional Hungarian culinary delights to rediscover the Castle District.
Its ancient walls, winding streets, but not least the homely atmosphere of the SPEIZ are sufficient to entice you to walk into the Castle District, leaving behind your gas guzzler and forgetting about entry barriers.