If you're looking to hit up DC's favorite gastropubs on a late winter weekend, grab a good veggie hamburger for breakfast, or indulge in a cabin atmosphere, we're showing you four great spots that shouldn't be missing from your gastropub list.
A staple of Madách tér, Keksz has been a beloved bastion of all-day breakfasts and brunch classics for over 10 years. It's worth visiting them or ordering from the comfort of your own home if you fancy an omelet or scones with salmon and egg cream, and even more so if you want to treat yourself to exciting brunch dishes, such as roast beef Benedict, American pancakes or pancakes. At Keksz, they remember the timeless classics with Burgundy beef fillet served with strabuck, Caesar salad, fried sweet potatoes and grilled vegetables, while a great burger and fatty plate add brightness to an evening's beer.
Las Vegan's, which has two locations in Budapest, is the perfect choice if you're a vegetarian, vegan, flexitarian or carnivore and want something delicious. Their varied daily menus, delicious burgers made with veggie patties, Mexican dishes, wraps, and rice protein nuggets for dipping make meals exciting for meat-free and meat-eaters alike. If you want to protect the environment and yourself by eating meat-free a few days a week, it's important to know that not only their food, but also their brownies, chia pudding and Snickers bars are made with their own ingredients, and if you prefer to stay home, they fly it to The Door.
My Miamore Rome
Miamor Rómaim, a popular amusement park on the Római coast, welcomes those who want to rest, warm up and recharge their batteries after a winter walk on the Danube beach with a heated conservatory and an igloo in the colder months. There are countless classic drinks waiting to be roasted even in the winter, and steaming hot chocolate has been proven to be the best option in cold weather. Starting in February, Miamore will once again be a place of exciting events, but until we start counting down the days, be sure to stop by for juicy hamburgers, plus hot chicken, beef soup, or order it home!
Kiss Tirol Restaurant and Inn
If you'd rather spend this year's ski season at home, the good news is that you don't have to go far to enjoy the Alpine and Tyrolean atmosphere. Open every day of the year in the garden city of Budapest, Kis Tirol Restaurant and Inn is reminiscent of Austrian huts in its exterior and interior appearance, and even in its food. You can come here anytime for fresh Bavarian biscuits, traditional Bavarian liver dumpling soup, as well as a crispy knuckle. In the restaurant, which offers a family atmosphere and home-style flavours, you can of course also taste steamed dumplings topped with vanilla sauce and filled with rum plums.