Menza’s Facebook page tell us this is the Menza burger with a homemade beer. (Aside from the vegetarianism thing) there shouldn’t be any reason you’re not on board with this.
L-R; beef ragout with ransom garlic and gröstle potatoes, pike perch filet with fennel and bacon
Address: Anker köz 3., Budapest, 1061
Phone: +36 30 254 5704
Opening Hours: Mon- Sat 7pm-3am
A disused space cum bar of epic DIY styling is Szimpla Kert. Kitchy and comfortable in feels, the towering warehouse ceiling is raw and the lighting crafted from discarded electricals and strings of neon bulbs. Scrapheap furnishings are in abundance with operative words being converted and junk – junk converted into decorations, junk converted into visual displays, junk converted into things on which to sit and to place drinks. The crowd is a mix of foreign types (that’s you!) and locals, perhaps skewed toward the young and hip, if you know what I mean?
THRILLZ ‘N’ SPILLZ
Address: 162 Szepvolgyi Street 2, Budapest, Hungary (Várkerület)
Phone Number: +36-1-325-9505
Throw down a fee of 1200 HUF/person ($5.50) and you’re all up in this dripstone-heavy cave, “the longest one in the Buda Hills and the third longest in the country”. For all yee
ACTIVITIES YOU CAN DO AT A SLOW PACE
If Budapest sounds like something you might be interested in conquering, the guys over at Contiki Holidays have a bunch of tours to choose from. ‘Vienna and Budapest’ (5 days) or ‘Berlin to Budapest’ (11 days) are some tidy options that place you in the proximity of most of the above stuff.