Eating out and going out:
The For Sale Pub is perfect for those looking to have a drink somewhere off-beat. Though not actually for sale, the pub allows patrons to cover the walls in advertisements and notes.
Each wall is littered with pieces of paper from over the years, whilst traditional Hungarian food, drinks and free peanuts are all on offer. Housed in a former factory, Szimpla Kert offers a bar made up of mazes and floors, curiosities and graffitti. Calling itself a ‘ruin bar’, try some of the food, drinks and live music on offer.
If you like to try traditional foods wherever you go, try Langosh. Serving up variations of traditional Hungarian langos (deep fried dough) including cheese, garlic, ham and chili, this fairly priced quick-stop is popular with locals and tourists alike.