Best Hungarian Food in London

When moving to a new country there are three things you need to sort out- a place to live, a place to work and a place that serves the food you miss from back home. To help you out we’re going to be sharing the best Hungarian food in London.

The Gay Hussar

This bustling establishment in Soho serves authentic Hungarian food, and even better Hungarian red wine. The staff are incredibly attentive, and the kitchen staff clearly know how to cook up an impressive Hungarian feast. We highly recommend the popular fish terrine as starters, and for mains you can’t go past the fantastic traditional goulash or duck livers. The portions are huge, but if you somehow still have room for dessert then definitely give the walnut pancakes a try.

The Rosemary

The Rosemary is adored by many Hungarians living in London, and for good reason. Food is made with the finest ingredients and is absolutely full of flavour. You absolutely cannot miss out on the dumplings, and meatballs with sauerkraut and deep fried cheese are to die for. If you want a place that will make you feel right at home then don’t look any further.

The Budapest Bar

After many sold-out summer pop-up stores The Budapest Bar will soon be opening a permanent venue in early 2018. The atmosphere is absolutely unmatched, with art exhibitions and live music accompanying mind-blowing food and even a vegan goulash. Their handmade sausages are a definite highlight, while the vörösboros marhapörkölt has been wildly popular since their first opening. Be sure to get there soon and support this up and coming local eatery.

Made In Hungaria

Located in the famous Camden Market is this small but sensational stall serving fresh, authentic Hungarian food. They are well known for their lángos, and their beef stew is one of the best around. If you are in the area you truly cannot beat this small, delicious Hungarian restaurant. We promise that the food is significantly better than the photos.

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