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Spíler Bistropub offering high-quality street food, Hungarian & Jewish classics, excellent wines and a wide variety of local beer served in a laid-back urban locale amid the courtyards of Gozsdu Udvar in downtown Budapest. Awesome electronic music played by DJ's between Thursday and Saturday.
We went to Spiler for lunch/dinner . The staff was very friendly and helpful . We ordered a pizza and a ceasar's salad cause it was just our first day in Budapest and we were 'afraid' to try any local dishes and wanted to play...More
I went into Gozsdu to check the crowd in this new situation. There were way less people around then an avarege Friday night but this place was full.
Kais made my day with his easy going manner. Always cheerful.
the music is always great. I...More
The restaurant was very busy when we arrived, but this did not stop the service being excellent. Our waitress, Reka was superb. She gave us some great food and wine recommendations which meant that we enjoyed the chicken special, goulash, a delicious brioche and walnut...More
Our last night in Hungary so we wanted proper Goulash! Found Spiler in the food arcade and were shown to our table. Reka was our waitress. From the menu, we both chose the Goulash Stew and some red wine accompaniment. Reka recommended a Hungarian red...More
This place was full and seemed to be very touristy. Food was good and stuff were friendly. They had different types of food: few traditional dishes (that we went for), some starters, salads, burgers and also vegetarian/vegan options (that is not that common in Budapest)....More
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District VII / Jewish Quarter
District VII is the very heart of Budapest and houses the city’s Jewish Quarter. Its streets are lively and colorful, its buildings narrate different histories in an assortment of architectural styles, and its cafes and bars are frequented and loved by the enthusiastic crowds. Grand and magnificent, the striking star of the district is the Great Synagogue, the largest in Europe and one of the biggest in the world. Distinctly
Moorish in style, crowned by the twin onion shaped domes, the Synagogue is the very emblem of District VII and one of the main attractions in the capital.