Spiler

Spiler Having spent the early part of the day looking round the spectacular Memento Park – home to an amazing collection of statues from Hungary’s communist era – I was in need of something hearty and unfussy for lunch. On the recommendation of Rene, who joined for lunch recently at Kricket and Turl Street Kitchen, …

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Budapest Langos I was excited to stumble upon the Karavan street food market when wandering around in the still stifling early evening warmth. A long narrow strip in between buildings on a street that showcases a range of street food options in more permanent premises, Karavan looked to be extremely popular judging by the squeeze …

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Global cocktail successes, once again I wrote a couple of months back about Edinburgh’s continued cocktail brilliance, with three finalists from our bars making it to the Four Pillars Australian Open Gin UK final. Our heroes didn’t manage to capture that prize, but there is still continued good news to report. Firstly, Stef Anderson went …

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Petrus

Petrus Budapest! The third stop on my odyssey took me to the banks of the Danube and the twin city of Buda and Pest. Staying in Pest, my first port of call was at Bib Gourmand rated Petrus on Ferenc Ter. I had wandered past it when I arrived in town late the previous evening …

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BRLO Brewhouse

BRLO Brewhouse Although I should have made the effort to visit Stone’s, the prospect of jumping on the U-Bahn in 37° heat just didn’t appeal. This did allow me the time for a visit to BRLO’s closer-by taproom and bistro, though. I’d been given this as a tip by both regular guest quester Amy and …

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