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District VII / Jewish Quarter
0.4 miles from Andrassy Avenue
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Reviewed January 17, 2020 via mobile

It's a pleasant place for good kosher food. The pizza is excellent. Downstairs you can buy kosher foodstuff from Israel.

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed December 10, 2019 via mobile

Located a couple of minutes away from all the kosher restaurants ( Carmel. Hannah. TEL aviv ) this place is worth the couple of minutes!! Very clean, very pleasant staff, a kosher deli and a dairy kosher restaurant at the same time. You will find...an eclectic choice of products to purchase and enjoy, other than the usual Bamba bags or soup almonds... We got amazing rolls and we plan on going back for breakfast before we leave!More

Date of visit: December 2019
Reviewed November 26, 2019 via mobile

Having just visited the synagogue, this bar was recommended by our guide. 10% off if you show your entry ticket. We were feeling quite emotional after the ghetto exhibition. Our waitress was delightful and the food different but very good and tasty. I used the...WC. There was no toilet tissue in the cubicle. On my way out, I mentioned this to a male staff member behind the counter upstairs. He spat out the words ‘don’t understand’ in such an awfully rude, hurtful manner.... and turned away from me almost in a fury .... possibly because I spoke in English, not knowing the Hungarian words. I’ll never know. I’m still upset that someone in the hospitality business could be so dreadfully mean to an absolute stranger, who has just helped to pay his wages. I’m sorry but I cannot recommend this establishment or their WC, and that’s a shame. I will be returning to Budapest in 2020 but will not revisit.More

Date of visit: November 2019
Reviewed November 5, 2019

We had an Israeli breakfast and an Hungarian breakfast- nothing special but tasty and good value. Coffee was included,which was excellent and strong. The chestnut puree and packaged pastries were also very tasty and fresh.

Date of visit: November 2019
Reviewed October 30, 2019 via mobile

While having coffee and cake in Frohlichs, we met a couple from Efrat who told us about a newly opened kosher restaurant/grocery store in the Jewish quarter. It has been open for 6 months and is on Sip Street. The downstairs is a well stocked...grocery store carrying many packaged Israeli products. The upstairs is a dairy restaurant. We ordered the two fish dishes on the menu, Grilled Salmon and the Cod Fish stew (with cheese and pasta). Both were excellent. The server, Ephraim, was excellent and when I ordered a chocolate cake dessert (which was a relatively new item on the menu), he insisted on tasting it first. He was not impressed with this cake and told us not to buy it. They promptly removed it from the display case and disposed of it. I think this place will become a major player among the kosher eateries in Budapest.More

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed September 1, 2019 via mobile

What seems to be a new addition to the kosher scene in Budapest...its called kosher deli s12 but it's really a small shop to buy kosher food and upstairs a dairy restaurant featuring really good stone oven baked pizza and salads and breakfast...We had a...pareve goulash soup which was really delicious (much better than the meat version served at Carmel!)...highly recommended!More

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed August 16, 2019

This cafe, pizzeria and supermarket is run by the mainstream Hungarian Jewish community, the MAZSIHISZ (Federation of Jewish Religious Communities in Hungary). They have a Kedassia hechsher, which is accepted by many religious Jews all over the globe. This time we tried to uniquely Hungarian...desserts: gesztenye püré (made from chestnuts) and somloi galuska. They tasted good. Next time we intend to taste the rest.More

Date of visit: August 2019
Reviewed July 22, 2019

tasty and fresh food, big and nice dishes, very good service and superb location in the Jewish Quarter makes this place the best kosher restaurant in Budapest.

Date of visit: July 2019
Reviewed May 28, 2019

The owners and staff at this exquisitely delicious kosher street eatery and attached bakery in the heart of Jewish Budapest belie the uncontested truth about service standards across the entire Hungarian capital: they are the best in class, bar none! My newfound Brazilian friends and...I (“her name was Rio and she was dancing by the sand...”) were ambling about the Jewish quarter of town in search of some late-night victuals whereupon someone kindly recommended we might want to try this place (it turned out to be one of the chefs — which was a stroke of fortuitous luck!), right there on Síp St. immediately out front. He suggested “”Carmel for meat dishes and here for dairy.” We were not to be disappointed! I enjoyed a fabulous Hungarian bean soup — adorned with goat cheese and Hungarian paprika spice — along with a bowl of “Spaghetti tonno” accompanied by a well-steamed cappuccino plus two hard-to-pronounce Hungarian dessert thingys — a cake slice with poppy seeds and apple in addition to another chocolately fruity mousse-y concoction thingy — both of which were the perfect portion sizes to compliment what was *already* a series of stimulating conversations between myself and my new buds. And the price was totally right! Hungarian meals and accommodations in general — smack in the center of town — are totally excellent value. NOTE: you will fall in love with the service at this place...ask for Ephraim and tell him your friends from Canada and Brazil sent you his way. He’ll be the bearded jolly fellow on a mission to please and give the most spectacular service on the planet. Thank you for hosting us and Toda Rabbah! See you again on our next swing through Pest! -- Adam from TorontoMore

Date of visit: May 2019
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