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“Delicious & Value for Money”
Review of Fulemule Etterem

Fulemule Etterem
Ranked #459 of 3,516 Restaurants in Budapest
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: Hungarian
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Good for: Business meetings, Local cuisine, Special occasions, Romantic
Dining options: Dinner, Late Night, Lunch, Reservations
Description: The restaurant is NOT KOSHER, thanks for understandig, we run a Central European Jewish and Hungarian cuisine, beside the international gems :)
Reviewed November 20, 2012

On a quiet residential street, is nestled the unassuming Fulemule Etterem. A stroll from Blaha Lujza Ter (Metro/Tram), happening upon the restaurant is like winning a delicious orienteering challenge. The warm, wood-overloaded decor welcomes you with open arms and a big belly...and it's no wonder why! Tasty beer, wine, spirits and delicious, heavy food glide to your table and fill your craving for Hungarian food.

We ordered a mixed platter for starters to sample a variety of Hungarian delicacies. Our unashamed favourite was the goose skin crackling, washed down with a dark, local beer. For our main dish we had:
(Him): Crispy goose leg with fried potato latkes served with sour cream and grated cheese
(Her): 1/2 Roast duck with red cabbage and onion and garlic mashed potato

Each mouthful deserved an accompanying 'happy noise'. On both dishes, the skin was crispy and the flesh was moist, soft and flavourful. The accompaniments were delicious in their own right - when we go back, I'll just be having a serving of the latkes, they're unmissable!

By the time we had finished (and my husband finished my huge plate for me!), we were satisfied...and then we got the bill and our smiles grew larger!!! Hurray for a favourable exchange rate :)

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1  Thank Renata B
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Reviewed October 23, 2012

Nice restaurant with very good hungarian food and service. If you are going to Budapest an want to try the hungarian cuisine, make an appointment!

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Thank reky10
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Reviewed October 11, 2012

This restaurant is not closed. I am thinking the other reviewer visited while they were on holiday as it's typical for family owned restaurants to close in August/September for vacation. My friends and I had a good meal here (we took a special menu which included two glasses of wine, a shot of liquor, and three courses for 5500). This is a nice family run spot and we really enjoyed it.

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Thank Rachel G
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Reviewed September 30, 2012

The place was off the beaten track and a little hard to find, but it was close to our accommodation so we thought we'd give it a try. The restaurant was basically empty when we arrived although another group came in after us. The food was very traditional and well presented. It tasted very nice particularly given it was reasonably cheap. My wife and I shared an entree, had a main each and a glass of wine each and the bill came to A$30. The service was a bit cold for a local, non-touristy restaurant overall. Given the lack of people, there was no real atmosphere to speak of. Simple, but not bad for a tasty cheap meal if you are nearby.

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Thank coolcup
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Reviewed September 17, 2012 via mobile

We went looking for the place last week (12 Sep 2012). Very quiet street with a few eateries. Don't know how they survive. It's off the beaten track. No wonder this one didn't.

Thank beanie976
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