Restaurants

Top Choice Jewish in Erzsébetváros & the Jewish Quarter

Kőleves

Always buzzy and lots of fun, the 'Stone Soup' attracts a young crowd with its Jewish-inspired (but not kosher) menu, lively decor, great service and reasonable prices. Good vegetarian choices. Breakfast (890Ft to 1…
Israeli in Erzsébetváros & the Jewish Quarter

Mazel Tov

An Israeli restaurant with an enormous courtyard that comes into its own in the warmer months, 'Good Luck' serves lots of grilled meats like merguez sausages and chicken shawarma that would not go amiss on a menu in…
Jewish in Erzsébetváros & the Jewish Quarter

Tel Aviv Cafe

This cute, spick-and-span cafe in the heart of the Jewish district serves Israeli-style kosher food, from couscous and shakshuka to hummus and pasta dishes (1390Ft to 2500Ft). It's essentially a place for breakfast …
Jewish in Erzsébetváros & the Jewish Quarter

Macesz Bistro

A marriage of modern and traditional, the Macesz serves up Hungarian Jewish dishes in a swish bistro-style dining room, handsomely dressed up with lace tablecloths, flock wallpaper and rocking horses. The Jewish-sty…
Jewish in Erzsébetváros & the Jewish Quarter

Carmel Pince

Carmel, a glatt kosher eatery, offers Ashkenazi specialties such as gefilte fish, matzo-ball soup and a sólet (hearty brisket and bean casserole). With all the local competition, though, it's hanging by the skin of …
Jewish in Erzsébetváros & the Jewish Quarter

Hanna

Housed upstairs in an old school in the Orthodox Synagogue complex, this eatery is pretty basic and informal but is an option for glatt kosher meals. On the Sabbath you order and pay for meals in advance. Set three-…