Eastern European restaurants in Budapest
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This fine old vessel moored off XIII Szent István Park in Újlipótváros and opposite the eastern side of Margaret Island has fine views south to Margaret and Chain bridges, and (unusually) you can also take in both sides of the river. The food is Serbian and other South Slav – čevapčiči (spicy meatballs) and pljeskavica (spicy meat patties; both 2490Ft) and ražnjiči (shish kebab; 2800Ft) – always grilled and always in large portions.
This brasserie just northwest of Déli train station serves some of the best (and most generous) Slovakian dishes in town. Try the sztrapacska (potato dumplings) with smoked ham or the beef in red wine with noodles which, of course, must be washed down with Zlatý Bažant (Golden Pheasant) draught beer.