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Roeders Jacket 1:12 Tue May 16
Budapest
Group of lads going Thursday….Anyone been / recommendations for bars etc….do’s + dont’s?

Need a suitable establishment for Thursday night to watch the game as well if anyone has any pointers?

Cheers
RJ

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BRANDED 11:56 Tue May 16
Re: Budapest
Deffo try the ruin bars

https://www.timeout.com/budapest/bars/best-ruin-bars-in-budapest

BRANDED 11:54 Tue May 16
Re: Budapest
Metro and Trams are great. I recommend finding East Mediterranean food. It goes back to the Ottoman Empire influence and is superb. There is plenty of modern international grub too.

Roeders Jacket 10:48 Tue May 16
Re: Budapest
Thanks lads and sounds like I’m now sorted on the football, but may go hungry.

Manuel 10:27 Tue May 16
Re: Budapest
I had a good kebab there, but was only there for 2 days more like a beano, so wasn't a 'foodie' like trip. Did you go down on the subway, it's very fucking old?

BRANDED 10:20 Tue May 16
Re: Budapest
If you like Levant food its superb. Israeli/Lebanese/Turkish. I also went to some restaurants doing modern Hungarian that blew me away. I never had bad food once. Well, except some massive Belle Epoch cafe for breakfast with a queue that was average.
I like to search our great food though so I cant comment on the vast majority of eateries.

Manuel 10:14 Tue May 16
Re: Budapest
I love a Goulash but don't remember much else that good though.

BRANDED 10:09 Tue May 16
Re: Budapest
Been twice in the last couple of years.
Food is superb. Local wines superb. Ruin bars. Outdoor baths. Easy to get round. Good value. People were nice.

Manuel 10:08 Tue May 16
Re: Budapest
*Champs, not Cheers....everyone will stay know your name though.

Manuel 10:08 Tue May 16
Re: Budapest
Was there last year for the first time, was a little disappointed with the place, it's okay but I wouldn't rush back, and agree the food is shit.

Cheers is the best bet I think, it's not that visible from the street and have to go the stairs. It's a good pub, but they only show the football on streams in there..

Alfs 5:19 Tue May 16
Re: Budapest
Totally agree about the taxi drivers. We had one that took us over the same bridge twice, then had a ruck when I pointed that out..

Some nice bars in the centre, but very hit and miss.. Food is shit.

Manuel 3:07 Tue May 16
Re: Budapest
*advice

Manuel 3:07 Tue May 16
Re: Budapest
Richyp - Incredible advise for the incredibly fucking stupid. What about don't put ice in your drinks?

RichyP 1:30 Tue May 16
Re: Budapest
And watch for scammers, notably taxi drivers over charging and girls who are way out of your league showing an interest and inviting you to a bar with them!

RichyP 1:28 Tue May 16
Re: Budapest
I’ve visited Budapest quite a few times with work. Best sports bar I found was a place called Champs.





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