Near the main entrance of Kerepesi Cemetery is the Tribute Museum, which looks (grimly, given recent events) at the way of death in...
Miksa Róth Memorial House
This fabulous museum exhibits the work of the eponymous art nouveau stained-glass maker (1865–1944) on two floors of the house and...
Central Europe Dance Theatre
This wonderful pan-European dance theatre, Hungary’s first when established in 1989, often has cutting-edge contemporary dance...
The rough-and-ready ‘Pork Knuckle Inn’ serves just that (from 1100Ft) and other country specialities in enormous quantities in a cellar...
Lonely Planet review
This is an odd fish: a classy Hungarian place (with Jewish tastes and aromas) and super service in the dark and rather mean streets of district VIII just south of Keleti train station. It is family-run and has been here for years, so expect everyone to know each other. The daily specials (180Ft to 2200Ft) can be excellent value.