The food of Hungary can be considered a melting pot of the continent, with its own original ingredients. All told, our modern kitchen is a unique synthesis of ancient Asiatic components mixed with Germanic, Italian, and Slavic elements. We are especially passionate about soups and desserts.

These local restaurants are amongst the best of the country, each of them representing the diverseness of Hungarian cousine, with locally produced ingredients used where possible. There are national and local dishes amongst many international ones with a ’Hungarian spin’ on them.

We help to visit the best restaurants in the area.

Transport (free) and English speaking guide can be arranged.


Andrássy Rezidencia Wine & Spa is dedicated to offer exclusive gastronomic specialities prepared from excellent quality, hand-picked Hungarian raw materials, which perfectly match the historical wine-culture of Tokaj-Hegyalja. Esszenica Restaurant, the catering unit of Andrássy Rezidencia Wine & Spa awaits you with a unique atmosphere, gourmet dishes and the best drinks of Tokaj Wine Region!

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RESTAURANT - ENCS - "All the food has the "my mother said" character for example the homemade pasta in the consommé"

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Wine- and Guesthouse / Tállya - "The Wine-Restaurant and Wine-Hotel is now one of the basics of the Tokaj-Hegyalja winetourism, situated inthe 400 year-old Szirmay-Mansion.

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Our special menu called ’BOROK – FALATKÁK’ (wines and snacks) gives a special experience by tasting the wine of ’DISZNÓKŐ’ and the other illustrious wine cellars of Tokaj."

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"culinary experience workshop" - "According to the 1737 decree of King Charles III of Hungary, the Tokaj vineyards were the first geographically defined, protected, classified and closed vineyards in the world.

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A dozen of the most’ Hungarian’ dishes mandatory to try when in Hungary:

1.,Halászlé - Fisherman's Soup

A traditional Hungarian soup of paprika-spiced broth and thick cuts of river fish. Fisherman’s soup is traditionally made outside, over a fire, through a several-hour process that includes preparing a fish broth from scratch. The fiish is usually locally sourced from the river Tisza.

2.,Gulyás leves – GoulashSoup

Known to most as “goulash,” this popular soup is a Hungarian original. It contains chunks of beef, potatoes, and vegetables, plus plenty of paprika and spices. Originally made by cattle herdsman, gulyás is pure comfort food: hearty, homey, and hot.

3.,Hortobágyi húsospalacsinta – Hortobagy Pancakes

A very popular type of pancakes, Hortobágyi, filled with ground meat, fried onion, and topped with a sour cream/paprika sauce is a true and unique hungaricum. Why it’s awesome: Slightly thicker than its French counterpart, palacsinta is less prone to tear when containing richer fillings (see above). More to eat = more to love!

4.,Sült libamáj – Roasted Gooseliver Slices

Hungary is the world's second-largest foie gras (libamáj) producer and the largest exporter. A true delicassy, roasted-or grilled- liver can be enjoyed as a stater or main course complemented with various side dishes and seasoned to make it yet another traditional Hungarian dish.

5.,Disznótoros hurka és kolbász – Pig Slaughter Sausagess

They come in a variety of meat types and flavors, hurka is generally boiled and kolbász is generally smoked. Both can easily, and tastily, be eaten alone or simply with a slice of bread and peppers, hurka and kolbász are also present in many more complicated Hungarian dishes, making them incredibly versatile meats.

6.,Paprikás csirke - Paprika Chicken

Perhaps one of Hungary’s most recognizable dishes, paprikás csirke is chicken in a creamy, paprika sauce, often served with (surprise!) sour cream. It’s hot, spicy, meaty goodness, and is generally accompanied by a delicious side of dumplings or pasta.

7.,Töltött káposzta - Stuffed Cabbage

It’s stuffed with meat and rice, which are cooked and then smothered with sour cream. It’s straight-up Hungarian comfort food. The cabbage in Hungary is often pickled, offering a deliciously tangy component to this rich, savory dish.

>8.,Bejgli – Spiral Strudel

A spiral-shaped log roll containing a sweet walnut or poppyseed filling. Traditionally served at Christmas, bejgli is the perfect treat to cozy up and share with friends and family.

9.,Esterházy torta - Hungarian Esterhazy Torte

Is a rich dessert consisting of chocolate buttercream sandwiched between four layers of sponge cake. It is purportedly named after 19th-century Prince Esterhazy of Hungary, of a family close to Austrian royalty.

10.,Gundel palacsinta - Gundel Pancake

This type of pankake is filled with ground walnuts, raisins, and rum and topped with dark chocolate sauce. Very filling and very Hungarian.

11.,Somlói galuska - Somló Trifle A dessert

It made of three different types of sponge cake (plain, walnut, and chocolate), raisins, and walnuts, drizzled with dark chocolate rum sauce and topped with whipped cream.

12.,Túró Rudi – Cottage Cheese Rudolf’

Túró Rudi is the name of a chocolate bar popular in Hungary since 1968. The bar is composed of a thin outer coating of chocolate and an inner filling of túró (curd). The name of the original and most popular brand of túró rudi in Hungary is the Pöttyös, translates to “dotty” and is wrapped in adorable polka-dot paper.