Eat­ing out and go­ing out:

Manchester Evening News - - TRAVEL -

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.

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